New rules for relaxing the lockdown N/W

Peckham Lion

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A bit clearer and easier than trying to wade through all the different press reports.




Step one

On 8 March

  • all students return to schools and colleges, and school clubs can resume
  • Secondary school students will be required to wear masks in class as well as communal areas
  • People can meet one other person outside for recreation, not just exercise
  • Care home residents allowed one regular named visitor
  • Stay at home order remains in place.
29 March

Outdoor gatherings of up to six people or two households allowed, including meeting in private gardens
  • Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts and outdoor swimming pools allowed to reopen; organised outdoor sports can resume
  • Stay at home order ends but people encouraged to stay local wherever they can
  • Work from home wherever possible
  • No overseas travel.


Step two will happen no earlier than 12 April

  • Non-essential retail, hairdressers, nail salons, libraries and museums open
  • Outdoor hospitality in pubs and restaurants allowed with households or rule-of-six
  • Most outdoor settings reopen such as zoos and theme parks
  • Gyms and indoor swimming pools open
  • Self catering holiday accommodation and camp sites reopen
  • Funerals continue with up to 30 people
  • Weddings with up to 15 people.
Step three will happen no earlier than 17 May

  • Outdoors most social contact rules lifted, up to limit of 30 people
  • Mixing indoors allowed for two households, but rule-of-six for indoor hospitality and elsewhere
  • Cinemas, soft play centres, rest of accommodation sector, hotels, indoor exercise classes return
  • Performances and sporting events resume - larger performances with venues 1,000+ or half full will be allowed indoors and outdoors 4,000 capacity or half full (whichever lowest)
  • In very largest outdoor seated venues such as football stadiums up to 10,000 people allowed to attend (or 1/4 full whichever is lowest)
  • Up to 30 people can attend weddings, receptions, funerals, wakes
 

Stowwall

Well-known member
A bit clearer and easier than trying to wade through all the different press reports.




Step one

On 8 March

  • all students return to schools and colleges, and school clubs can resume
  • Secondary school students will be required to wear masks in class as well as communal areas
  • People can meet one other person outside for recreation, not just exercise
  • Care home residents allowed one regular named visitor
  • Stay at home order remains in place.
29 March

Outdoor gatherings of up to six people or two households allowed, including meeting in private gardens
  • Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts and outdoor swimming pools allowed to reopen; organised outdoor sports can resume
  • Stay at home order ends but people encouraged to stay local wherever they can
  • Work from home wherever possible
  • No overseas travel.


Step two will happen no earlier than 12 April

  • Non-essential retail, hairdressers, nail salons, libraries and museums open
  • Outdoor hospitality in pubs and restaurants allowed with households or rule-of-six
  • Most outdoor settings reopen such as zoos and theme parks
  • Gyms and indoor swimming pools open
  • Self catering holiday accommodation and camp sites reopen
  • Funerals continue with up to 30 people
  • Weddings with up to 15 people.
Step three will happen no earlier than 17 May

  • Outdoors most social contact rules lifted, up to limit of 30 people
  • Mixing indoors allowed for two households, but rule-of-six for indoor hospitality and elsewhere
  • Cinemas, soft play centres, rest of accommodation sector, hotels, indoor exercise classes return
  • Performances and sporting events resume - larger performances with venues 1,000+ or half full will be allowed indoors and outdoors 4,000 capacity or half full (whichever lowest)
  • In very largest outdoor seated venues such as football stadiums up to 10,000 people allowed to attend (or 1/4 full whichever is lowest)
  • Up to 30 people can attend weddings, receptions, funerals, wakes
Thanks for the clarity. PL
Hence forth you shall be known as Boris' love child.
 

kevrelles

Well-known member
Quite why the media forced boris into making these plans.is fucking brainless.
We don't know if next week there will be a sudden surge of deaths or infections.
If people abided by the lockdown previously we would probably be clear of the virus.i see no fucking end to it.all the time we have mongs who don't give a shit about other people's lives.
 

kevrelles

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There should be no lifting of the lockdown until the virus is under control. All that will happen we will have the same shit over and over.
Fucking wankstains moaning about a bit of lockdown. Well they can always take the easy way out.cunts won't be missed.
 

Stompie

Well-known member
Quite why the media forced boris into making these plans.is fucking brainless.
We don't know if next week there will be a sudden surge of deaths or infections.
If people abided by the lockdown previously we would probably be clear of the virus.i see no fucking end to it.all the time we have mongs who don't give a shit about other people's lives.
It ain't the media Kev, people have had enough. Lives are being destroyed by this and the young are really suffering.

In fact I would say the media actively encouraged lockdowns and stricter measures In the first place so It's not them that are to blame for the loosening. They have been the ones throughout this have have Intentionally struck fear Into the hearts of people and who have used every death and every Isolated Incident of people having a party as a means to their own ends. The public mood has well and truly shifted and people are not prepared to continue to put their lives and livelihoods, as well as their kids healths and futures on the line much longer.

We were told by the government, Whitty and Vallance that this latest 'lockdown' was In place untill we can vaccinate the most vulnerable. Well we have done that. In fact we pissed It. All the figures that they used to lock us down are falling day by day, In Impressive numbers. People really have behaved themsleves compared to what you believe, the vaccine Is working and hospital numbers continue to drop. Yet the goal posts have been moved. Again. People are getting the hump because once again their sacrifices are being taken advantage off and they feel like they are being conned.

There will never be a Covid-19 free world, not for many, many years at least. The most vulnerable have all but been protected against the effects, It's those vulnerable who make up the majority of hospitilastions and deaths. We really have gotten a hold of It and before long It will be under controll as much as It will be in our lifetimes.
So why do we need to prolong this any longer than Is necessary? 118 days Is the minimum this will last In some form or another. That will cause untold harm to buisness, jobs, the economy and peoples mental well being. It's a joke, considering we were led to believe things would be different.
 

67lions

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I see our little friend in jock land is taking a slower route out of lockdown. You watch the media praise her saying she is doing the right thing. More money we will have to send her to pay for it 🤬
 

Kryan Bing

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Ulster Lion

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