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What places Are Re-opening
What places are open Easing lockdown

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England's chief medical officer (Prof Chris Whitty) said social distancing remained vital. He warned that Covid-19 cases will rise again if the rules are ignored.
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Opening From The 4th July

Pubs, bars and restaurants
but only with a table service indoors, and owners will be asked to keep contact details of customers to help with contact tracing

Hotels, holiday apartments, campsites and caravan parks
but shared facilities must be cleaned properly

Theatres and music halls
but they will not be allowed to hold live performances

will be allowed to have 30 attendees

Places of Worship
will be allowed to hold services but singing will be banned

Hair salons and barbers
will be able to reopen but must have protective measures, such as visors, in place

Libraries, community centres and bingo halls

Cinemas, museums and galleries

Funfairs, theme parks, adventure parks, amusement arcades, outdoor skating rinks, model villages

Indoor attractions where animals are exhibited
such as at zoos, aquariums, farms, safari parks and wildlife centres

Some venues will remain closed including
nightclubs, casinos, indoor play areas, nail bars and beauty salons, swimming pools and indoor gyms

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