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Beer gardens could be set to reopen next month under the new government roadmap, it's been claimed.
According to a post on social media, the UK government will reopen schools on 8 March, followed by beer gardens for a maximum of two households on 29 March and non-essential retail during the third week in April.
A post from Greater Manchester's night time economy adviser Sacha Lord, claims a leaked report has suggested beer gardens could be back open 29 March, followed by indoor pubs and restaurants in May and nightclubs in August.
BREAKING: I have seen a "leak" which I believe to be true- Sacha Lord (@Sacha_Lord) February 21, 2021
Schools 8th March
Beer Gardens, max 2 households 29th March
Non essential retail 3rd week in April
A cautious 4 point plan on releasing lockdown, based on:
Pressure on NHS
Earlier today, a report in the Times claimed: "It is possible that those with outside spaces will be allowed to start serving customers as early as April, however it is likely to take longer before indoor service can return."
A senior aide today told The Sunday Times: "The two areas where people have been hurt are in education and the fact that no one has been able to have social contact with friends and family.
MORE BREAKING from @thetimes on the likely roadmap:- Sacha Lord (@Sacha_Lord) February 21, 2021
March 8th: Golf/Tennis
Mid April: Gyms
May: Cinemas/Theatre/Indoor Pubs/Restaurants.
August: Foreign holidays/Nightclubs...
"That's why schools and outdoor socialising come first."
Tomorrow Prime Minister Boris Johnson will share his 'roadmap' out of lockdown with MPs before taking part in a televised briefing later in the evening.
LADbible has approached Number 10 for comment.
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