ALL legal coronavirus restrictions could be lifted in England by June 21 as the Prime Minister outlined his roadmap out of lockdown.

Boris Johnson set out his vision in the House of Commons on Monday, February 22 as he stated plans to reopen schools, retail and restrictions on social mixing.

On Monday, March 8, Mr Johnson said all pupils in all years can go back to the classroom from Monday, March 8, with outdoor after-school sports and activities allowed to restart as well.

One person will be able to meet another person from another household in a public place not just for exercise. This will allow people to sit down for a drink or picnic.

Care home residents can see one regular visitor, providing the visitor has tested negative for coronavirus and is wearing PPE.

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A further easing of restrictions will take place on Monday, March 29 when the school Easter holidays begin.

Larger groups of up to six people or two households allowed to gather in parks and private gardens. Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts are also set to reopen.

The ‘Stay at Home’ message will cease, but people will be asked to continue working from home if possible and to avoid unnecessary travel.

From Friday, April 12 at the earliest, non-essential shops, hairdressers, nail salons, libraries, outdoor attractions and outdoor hospitality venues such as beer gardens will reopen.

From Monday, May 17 at the earliest, two households or groups of up to six people will be allowed to mix indoors and limited crowds will be allowed at sporting events.

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All remaining restrictions on social contact could be lifted, larger events can go ahead and nightclubs could finally reopen from Monday, June 21 at the earliest.

It however must be stressed that this depends on coronavirus cases continuing to fall, vaccination programme continuing with no disruption and no new coronavirus variants develop.

Making a statement in the Commons, the Prime Minister said: “The threat remains substantial with the numbers in hospital only now beginning to fall below the peak of the first wave in April.

“But we are able to take these steps because of the resolve of the British people and the extraordinary success of our NHS in vaccinating more than 17.5 million people across the UK.”

He added that “no vaccine can ever be 100% effective”, telling MPs: “So, as the modelling released by Sage today shows, we cannot escape the fact that lifting lockdown will result in more cases, more hospitalisations and sadly more deaths.

“And this would happen whenever lockdown is lifted – whether now or in six or nine months – because there will always be some vulnerable people who are not protected by the vaccines.

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“There is therefore no credible route to a zero Covid Britain, or indeed, a zero Covid world and we cannot persist indefinitely with restrictions that debilitate our economy, our physical and mental wellbeing and the life chances of our children.”

Boris Johnson will lead a press conference at Number 10 alongside Professor Chris Whitty and scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance at 7pm on Monday evening.

This is largely expected to be a repeat of what he will say in Parliament, but will expand on any points made and take questions from the media.

Professor Chris Whitty and scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance will likely address the scientific reasoning behind the roadmap and easing of restrictions.