When will social distancing end?

SOCIAL distancing has been in place for Brits since the beginning of the pandemic.

Pubs and restaurants have reopened – but distancing rules remain in place across the UK.

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When will social distancing end?

Mask wearing and Social distancing will end on June 21 in another huge lift for fed-up Brits.

Matt Hancock claimed last month that England is on course to end all social distancing measures in mid-June.

The Health Secretary was asked whether the vaccine rate combined with falling hospitalisation and death offers offer 'real hope' that it could happen.

He simply replied: "Yes."

In February, Boris Johnson unveiled his lockdown roadmap as he outlined his plans to ease restrictions.

He said: "Our journey back towards normality will be subject to resolving a number of key questions and to do this we will conduct four reviews."

What are the current rules?

The second stage of the lockdown roadmap kicked off on 12 April 2021.

Pubs and restaurants are now able to open for outdoor dining – but social distancing rules still apply.

Hairdressers and barbers are also allowed to open, as well as zoos.

Stage three is set to go ahead on May 17 – which should see nightclubs and music venues open.

Can I meet with my friends at pubs or restaurants?

Pubs and restaurants have been given the green light to open for business again.

But only outdoor service will be allowed for customers abiding by the rule of six.

Indoor dining will not be allowed until the next stage of the lockdown roadmap.

Pubs, bars and restaurants no longer have a 10pm curfew.



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