Monday, 1 June 2020

Bring your own CHAIRS for BBQs, NO paddling pools and sex with someone from another house is BANNED

Britons are allowed to meet their friends for socially distant fun and games from today as the Government eases some of the lockdown restrictions in force since March.

Groups of up to six people from different households are allowed to meet socially or to play certain sports under a partial relaxing of previous rules which only allowed two people to meet.

But as before, all the people involved must stay two metres away from each other if they do not live together, with other strict measures designed to limit risk during sports or at gatherings including barbecues. 

And in one of the most controversial aspects of the new rules, Boris Johnson has introduced a bonking ban, ruling two people from different houses cannot meet indoors.

Experts have warned that the coronavirus lockdown is being eased too quickly making a second spike 'inevitable' and police have said the rules are now 'unenforceable' as Britons are again expected to swamp beaches and parks because of more scorching weather. 

Millions are now able to see friends and family, more businesses can reopen and children will return to primary school for the first time in more than 10 weeks.  Outdoor markets and car showrooms also reopen this morning. 

But the Government is urging Britons to act 'sensibly' as they enjoy a host of new freedoms, which experts have claimed are coming too fast and will make a second a second spike in UK Covid-19 cases 'inevitable'.  

Here we set out the new rules, what is allowed and what is still prohibited as the UK attempts to get back to some sort of normal while avoiding a catastrophic new surge in deaths.


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