In a press conference yesterday evening (12 July), Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that England will move to step 4 from 19 July.
He said that we cannot return immediately to how life was before COVID-19. While cases are high and rising, everybody needs to continue to act carefully and remain cautious. The next steps have been set out in the moving to step 4 guidance summarised below:
New guidance on moving to step 4
The Government has published new guidance on moving to step 4 of the roadmap for England that outlines the key protections that will remain in place, the pathway through the summer and the five-point plan to manage the virus in the next phase.
At step 4, while many of the legal restrictions that the Government has imposed through the pandemic will be lifted, cautious guidance will remain, making it clear this is not yet a return to normal. The Government will continue to manage the virus and provide guidance over the coming months.
Key protections that will be kept in place:
We must remain cautious – especially for individuals, businesses and the vulnerable whilst prevalence is high.
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