BRITS have welcomed the return of garden parties, group sports and the Rule of Six with open arms today – despite fears of a surge in Covid cases.
Small gatherings in private gardens are now permitted – just in time for Easter over the April 4 weekend.
Our next big step towards normality in the UK comes as the government confirmed the rollout of the Moderna vaccine, which will see under-50s immunised in April.
Boris Johnson has already confirmed the next phase in the Covid roadmap is on track.
He said there is “nothing in the data” that suggests the easing of lockdown restrictions should halt.
But, Brits desperate for a holiday have reportedly been warned that foreign trips won’t be allowed until August at the earliest.
Senior Government figures said that overseas travel being allowed in June was “very optimistic”.
A source told The Times: “August is looking like the most likely moment.”
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