From 29 March, people can meet again outside and in private gardens with friends and family
Boris Johnson announced today (22 February) announced that from the end of March up to six people from two households can meet outside
The Prime Minister set the roadmap with key dates for easing the lockdown in an address to the House of Commons this afternoon and will speak to the nation later at 7 p.m.
One of the biggest easing of restrictions is that starting on Jan. March the rule of six will return so that people outside of two households can meet
This also applies since outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts are allowed to reopen
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The gathering of friends and family is extended to private gardens and begins with the Easter holidays
The order for the stay at home ends Instead, people are encouraged to stay wherever they can
People meetings are still limited to a maximum of six people from a maximum of two households
This is the second deadline for the relaxation of the blocking restrictions after the 8th March when schools will fully reopen
A further relaxation of the restrictions is not possible until the 17th May and 21 June planned
Kent was previously in Tier 4, the highest animal following the discovery of a strain of coronavirus where infection rates reached record highs
Kent’s coronavirus cases have continued to decline since mid-January and are still below the UK average
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