The UK is continuing the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions as following.
Relaxation of some restrictions, but continuous prohibition on staying overnight in a place other than where a person lives, without reasonable excuse.
Relaxation of restrictions include: it is a reasonable excuse to take part in outdoor recreation in certain circumstances or visit a recycling or waste disposal service. Garden centres and plant nurseries may also remain open.
Amendments made as following:
- provisions enabling a marriage or civil partnership where a party to the marriage or civil partnership is terminally ill;
- a relaxation to the requirement to stay at home unless you have a reasonable excuse to enable people to be outside for any purpose within their local area;
- a relaxation to the prohibition on gathering which allows persons from no more than two households to gather outdoors.
Added a category of persons entitled to statutory sick pay: a person who has been notified that they have had contact with a person with coronavirus or a person who has symptoms of coronavirus, and who is self-isolating for 14 days from the latest date on which that contact occurred, or a date specified in the latest notification.