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People In England Could Be Allowed To Meet With A Friend Outside From March 8

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People In England Could Be Allowed To Meet With A Friend Outside From March 8

People in England could finally be allowed to visit one friend outside from March 8.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to unveil the roadmap later today (Monday February 22) in the House of Commons.

MPs will have to vote on the measures to ensure everyone is agreed on the timeline.

Reports suggest that outdoor recreation with one other person will be permitted from early next month, meaning you might finally be able to meet up with your bestie in the park for a coffee, drink or picnic.

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Schools are also expected to be allowed to reopen on March 8.

If everything goes according to plan, larger groups could be permitted to meet outside and in private gardens from March 29, with the government set to allow up to six people to mingle or two households.

On that same date, sport facilities like tennis courts and golf courses could be allowed to open, and adult and child-level sport will be allowed to resume.

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Topics: UK News, covid-19-positive, News

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