HAIRDRESSERS and barbers are set to re-open in mid-April as the Prime Minister reduces the Covid lockdown in a four-stage roadmap.
Boris Johnson will ditch the nationwide stay-at-home order as the Rule of Six returns late next month.
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Those desperate for a haircut need to wait at least seven weeks for beauty parlors to reopen.
They will be opened around April 12 to 19 in addition to non-essential stores, while dining establishments and clubs will be able to serve consumers outdoors.
The rest of constraints will be eased in May and June with within blending and drinking– with the hope of normality by July, when every grownup will have been used a Covid jab initially dose.
Last night the PM said: “Our choices will be made on the current data at every step.
” We will beware about this technique so that we do not reverse the progress we have achieved so far and the sacrifices every one of you has actually made to keep yourself and others safe.
” We have for that reason set 4 essential tests which should be met before we can move through each step of the plan. I’ll be setting out a roadmap to bring us out of lockdown very carefully.”
The Prime Minister will release storming data today that reveals the vaccine rollout has actually led directly to toppling deaths and healthcare facility cases.
His plan will see lockdown reduced in four actions– with four essential tests used to each phase of the method to liberty.
Mr Johnson will alert that for each step to be taken, benchmark numbers will need to be met on:
He will book the right to knock the brakes on lifting lockdown if a new version of the infection emerges.
Regional tiers have been ditched and all of England will start the phased go back to normality.
Step One will see kids return to class on March 8 and “ways for people to reunite with liked ones safely” prioritised.
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3 weeks later, on March 29, the “Rule of Six” will go back to parks and personal gardens– enabling 6 individuals from approximately six various homes to blend outdoors.
If simply two households come together they can consult with no cap on their size.
This indicates families will be meeting together in parks and gardens by Easter.