EASING OF LOCKDOWN: Will you feel safe going back out?
With lockdown being eased from next Monday April 12, new have been put in place to support safely re-opening and the start of life slowly returning to normal.
This week the news that thirty million people have now received the coronavirus vaccine – and from next Monday the country starts it journey out of lockdown, with the first phase of the governments roadmap to recovery. Top priority will be ensuring that we do not have to endure a further lockdown.
Birmingham City Council has revealed new temporary measures to support businesses. These include new changes in the city centres from next week, including pavement widening, parking and traffic changes and additional street furniture. The new measures will build on some of the successful schemes that were introduced last year.
Pubs and restaurants are set to open fully for eating and drinking indoors later on May 17.
On this date gyms will fully reopen, while big events, including those at sports stadiums, will be allowed to go ahead from the same date.
But the roadmap to normality will depend on coronavirus deaths and infection rates . These are falling while the number of people being vaccinated is increasing.
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