During the coronavirus pandemic in May

people are playing with a soccer ball in Shoreditch Park in London

Rits flooded social media with amusing memes and tweets as they celebrate Boris Johnson’s tentative plans to remove all restrictions by Aug. June to loosen

The Prime Minister shared his goal of effectively ending the lockdown in early summer when he outlined his roadmap for the lockdown on Monday

Mr Johnson announced a number of key target dates as part of a four-part exit from the lockdown, including the reopening of schools from Aug. March and the opening of shops, hairdressers and pubs from the 12th at the earliest April

The 21st However, June was the deadline that came to mind on many people as Mr Johnson hoped that all restrictions on social contact could be lifted and the remaining elements of the hospitality industry – such as nightclubs – could be opened

This is the fourth phase of the government plan and is subject to review The Prime Minister stresses that he is being guided by “data not data” and that the timetable is not guaranteed

But the British couldn’t help but celebrate Many shared their plans for summer 2021 in the hopes that all restrictions would be lifted

One tweeted, “Formal apologies to everyone for the mess I was in on Jan. June will be”

Another said: “The 21st So June is basically a fresher week for the whole of the UK”

“On 21 June I will be walking the streets of Shoreditch at 9:00 am, “wrote another Twitter user

Mr Johnson said the roadmap will “carefully but irreversibly lead us to regain our freedoms”

“The threat remains significant with the number of hospital patients only now falling below the peak of the first wave in April,” he said

“But we can take these steps because of the determination of the British people and the tremendous success of our NHS in vaccinating more than 17, 5 million people across the UK”

The news is a relief for many as England went through three national bans in one year due to the coronavirus

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Source: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/brits-covid-19-roadmap-restrictions-june-21-social-media-memes-b920829.html