FREEDOM! The whole list of rules that will be LIFTED tomorrow.
Tomorrow, in what is being dubbed “Freedom Day,” England will enter the fourth and final stage of reducing Covid restrictions – so what rules will be loosened as of July 19?
Boris Johnson has confirmed that all remaining Covid restrictions in England would be lifted on July 19. On so-called “Freedom Day,” almost all legal prohibitions on social contact will be abolished. Despite an increase in infections, the PM has stated that now is the appropriate moment to remove all restrictions. So, starting tomorrow, what pre-pandemic activities will be permitted in the United Kingdom?
The fourth stage of the government’s plan to lift pandemic restrictions was originally set for June 21.
Because to worries about the Delta variant’s proliferation, this was postponed to July 19.
Despite the dramatic rise in Covid cases, the PM has stated that “we believe now is the proper time to proceed.”
“It is extremely crucial that we move with prudence now,” Mr Johnson said.
The government appears to be treading more carefully than the initial blueprint predicted when it comes to lifting limitations.
Despite the fact that it has been branded “Freedom Day,” Brits will still be required to follow specific pandemic laws in certain situations.
The following is a list of all limitations that will be lifted tomorrow:
For the first time since March of last year, nightclubs will be permitted to reopen.
All remaining companies that were forced to close due to the epidemic, such as live music venues or places where social distancing criteria could not be met, will be allowed to reopen.
Large gatherings, such as theaters, festivals, and sporting events, will be packed to capacity.
The “one metre plus” requirement will be removed, although social distance will be advised if Brits are self-isolating following a positive test, as well as in airports to prevent travellers arriving from high-risk areas mixing with those arriving from lower-risk ones.
Checking in, being seated, limiting numbers, and the requirement for table service will all be lifted in hospitality venues.
Indoor meetings will no longer be limited to six people, and outdoor events will be limited to 30 people.
Weddings, funerals, and festivals will not have any capacity restrictions.
Work-at-home guidance will no longer be required.
The divisive “school bubbles” will also be removed.
The number of named visitors to a care home patient will no longer be limited. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”