What you can and can’t do from Monday in England.

From 1 June ????

People can gather in groups of up to six people in public or private outdoor spaces, as long as social distancing is practised. This does not include those that are shielding.

Reception, year one, year six and nursery age children are allowed to go back to school – despite teaching unions expressing serious doubts.

People can visit outdoor retail spaces – such as outdoor markets – and car showrooms where social distancing can be observed.

Later in June ????

Secondary pupils with exams next year will hopefully get some time with teachers before the summer.

More non-essential retail could open their doors, including fashion and tech shops.

People could already ????

Travel to work if you cannot work from home, while avoiding public transport if possible. People using buses or trains are advised to wear a face covering

Spend time outdoors – picnicking or sunbathing, for example

Travel to an outdoor open space irrespective of distance, but not with someone from outside your household unless you can practise social distancing – for example by cycling

Take day trips to an outdoor open space in a private vehicle

Meet one other person from a different household outdoors, while following social distancing guidelines

Exercise outdoors as often as you would like – again keeping at least two metres apart

Use a tennis or a basketball court, or a golf course with members of your household, or one other person

Go to a garden centre

Students can return home if it is a permanent move
Go to property viewings in person and visit agents for both sales and rentals

Nannies and childminders can come to your house to look after your children, provided good public health measures are adhered to

You still cannot do the following????

Visit friends and family inside their homes or stay overnight

Exercise in an indoor sports court, gym or leisure centre, or go swimming in a public pool

Use an outdoor gym or playground

Visit a private or ticketed attraction

Leave your home to stay at another home

Share a private vehicle with someone from another household

Leave your home to stay at another home for a holiday or other purpose – including visiting second homes

Invite anyone other than close family or friends, and someone from the deceased’s household, to a funeral

Fines for breaking lockdown rules have increased from £60 to £100. Repeat offenders will see the fine double for each subsequent breach to a maximum of £3,200.