Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed the steps the UK needs to take to meet four key tests and progress out of lockdown measures. While children can go back to school from March 8, the other stages – including opening non-essential shops and socialising in groups of six – are dependent on key coronavirus data.
Speaking from the Downing Street press conference on Monday Mr Johnson said: “This is not the end today but it is very clearly a road map that takes us to the end.”
He told the nation it would be a “one-way journey, we very much hope”.
Schools, weddings, non-essential shops and socialising were all key points in the Prime Minister’s plan to exit lockdown.
However, some have been wondering what the roadmap means for holidays abroad this year.