The Government has published its roadmap showing how it plans to ease lockdown and move into each stage of recovery from the Coronavirus pandemic.
The document describes the progress the UK has made to date in tackling the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and sets out the plans for moving to the next phase of its response to the virus.
The strategy outlines a cautious roadmap to easing existing measures in a safe and measured way, subject to successfully controlling the virus and being able to monitor and react to its spread. The roadmap will be kept constantly under review as the epidemic, and the world’s understanding of it, develops.
To read the full document please click here. The Government continues to provide practical guidelines through a series of ‘Frequently Asked Questions’, which illustrate the type of activities which you can and can’t engage in during this time.
As part of this plan, the Government has also published guidelines to help people in the UK get back to work safely. They can be found here. They have also provided guidelines about wearing a mask when you leave the house, as well as instructions about how to make a mask for yourself.
Details of local information and support services during this period can be be found here.