The Prime Minister’s “roadmap” for the lockdown will be announced to the House of Commons earlier in the day

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be leaving tomorrow night (Monday 22 February) announce its important “roadmap” for the lockdown exit

A three-step plan outlines how the country will steadily get out of lockdown restrictions over the next few months, with the prime minister relying heavily on data to guide his decision-making, reports Mirror Online

He will announce the plans in an official announcement tomorrow afternoon at 3 a.m. February) in front of the House of Commons before speaking to the nation with a televised speech at around 7 p.m., according to The Sunday Times

Newspapers have reported that his plan could allow outdoor activities such as golf, tennis, and even picnics to be resumed in March

Outdoor meetings between two separate households could take place by Easter as the first step in easing the rules of gathering

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We already know that schools offer students from 8 March can resume, but it may be a few more weeks and maybe even months before pubs and restaurants, non-essential shops, and hairdressers reopen in some capacity

Though reports have speculated Downing Street plans to open non-essential stores and hairdressers in April

The next month marks a year since the UK saw the first national lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic

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