From care home visits to pubs reopening – everything we know about lockdown lifting so far
The Prime Minister’s long-awaited roadmap to ease lockdown rules across England is set to be unveiled on Monday.
Boris Johnson is expected to update MPs on his plans in the Commons at 3.30pm, followed by a TV address at around 7pm.
The PM has been handed a dossier of data on vaccines, which is expected to play a key role in his decision on how quickly to exit from lockdown.
He is expected to move cautiously, unlocking the country in stages, probably separated by a few weeks, reports The Mirror.
We know schools and outdoor recreation will be first, followed by non-essential shops, then finally pubs, restaurants and cafes.
But there are also still plenty of unanswered questions. So what do we know will happen – and what is still unclear? Here we have rounded up all the main points.