Sheffield news The things you can do in July that you weren't allowed to last month MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are being gradually lifted, with a host of new sectors and services allowed to reopen from Saturday

Sheffield news The things you can do in July that you weren't allowed to last month MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are being gradually lifted, with a host of new sectors and services allowed to reopen from Saturday

Sheffield news  The things you can do in July that you weren't allowed to last month MetiNews.Com
01 July 2020 - 09:48

Breaking News ! As lockdown restrictions begin to lift further, everyday activities we took for granted before coronavirus will be allowed once again. Grabbing a coffee with a friend or enjoying a meal at a restaurant have been impossible during the more than 100 days the UK has spent in lockdown but soon we will be able to enjoy a bit more freedom, reports the Liverpool Echo. Following the reopening of non-essentials shops in England on June 15, other businesses like pubs, restaurants and hairdressers will be allowed to serve customers again from July 4. Gyms and swimming pools are still closed, but the government is said to be aiming to open these in mid-July. We take a look at everything you'll be able to do this month, that you couldn't in June... Hairdressers are allowed to reopen from July 4 (Image: pixabay.

. You do not always have to meet with the same household - you can meet with different households at different times. However, it remains the case - even inside someone’s home - that you should socially distance from anyone not in your household or bubble. When you are outside you can continue to meet in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines Additional businesses and venues, including restaurants, pubs, cinemas, visitor attractions, hotels, and campsites will be able to open. Other public places, such as libraries, community centres, places of worship, outdoor playgrounds and outdoor gyms will be able to open You can stay overnight away from your home with your own household or support bubble, or with members of one other household It will be against the law to gather in groups larger than 30 people, except for a limited set of circumstances to be set out in law From July 4 weddings and civil partnerships will be allowed to take place, but you should only invite close friends and family, up to a maximum of 30 people. The wedding exception is for ceremonies only. Large wedding receptions or parties should not be taking place. What can I still not do? Despite the restrictions being lifted, there are still things you can't do, these include: Gather indoors in groups of more than two households (your support bubble counts as one household) - this includes when dining out or going to the pub Gather outdoors in a group of more than six people from different households; gatherings larger than six should only take place if everyone is from just two households Interact socially with anyone outside the group you are attending a place with, even if you see other people you know, for example, in a restaurant, community centre or place of worship Hold or attend celebrations (such as parties) where it is difficult to maintain social distancing Stay overnight away from your home with members of more than one other household (your support bubble counts as one household) Read More Related Articles How 100 days of lockdown has changed the nation - with life transformed beyond recognition Read More Related Articles Government scientist says there will be more local lockdowns What businesses are reopening? From July 4, many businesses and venues will be permitted to reopen and will be expected to follow Covid-19 Secure guidelines. These include: hotels, hostels, bed and breakfast accommodation, holiday apartments or homes, cottages or bungalows, campsites, caravan parks or boarding houses places of worship libraries community centres restaurants, cafes, workplace canteens, bars and pubs that are self-contained and can be accessed from the outside hair salons and barbers, including mobile businesses cinemas theatres and concert halls funfairs, theme parks, adventure parks and activities outdoor gyms and playgrounds museums and galleries bingo halls outdoor skating rinks amusement arcades and other entertainment centres model villages social clubs indoor attractions at aquariums, zoos, safari parks, farms, wildlife centres and any place where animals are exhibited to the public as an attraction indoor and outdoor areas of visitor attractions including, gardens, heritage sites, film studios and landmarks What isn't allowed to reopen? The following businesses will need to remain closed for the meantime: nightclubs casinos bowling alleys and indoor skating rinks indoor play areas including soft-play spas nail bars, beauty salons and tanning salons massage, tattoo and piercing parlours indoor fitness and dance studios, and indoor gyms and sports venues/facilities swimming pools and water parks exhibition or conference centres - where they are to be used for exhibitions or conferences, other than for those who work for that venue

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Sheffield news The things you can do in July that you weren't allowed to last month MetiNews.Com


Sheffield news The things you can do in July that you weren't allowed to last month MetiNews.Com


Sheffield news The things you can do in July that you weren't allowed to last month MetiNews.Com


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