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Lockdown easing: Full list of what is re-opening on 4th July
24 June 2020, 08:16 | Updated: 7 June 2023, 08:56
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Boris Johnson announced an easing of the lockdown rules in England to start on 4th July. Here is a full list of the businesses and services that will be re-opening.
After three months of lockdown, the Prime Minister revealed his plans to get the economy up-and-running again.
Speaking in the House of Commons, Mr Johnson said: "Today we can say that our long national hibernation is beginning to come to an end."
These are the businesses that will re-start from 4th July.
What will re-open in England on 4th July
Food & drink
Theatres and concert halls - but no live performances
Indoor attractions, such as aquariums and zoos
Indoor leisure centres
Churches and other places of worship
Weddings for up to 30 people
What will not re-open
Schools for Year groups outside the ones already back
Team sports, such as cricket and football
Live concerts and plays
West End shows