BRITS will finally be allowed to meet up inside from May 17 while following the Rule of Six or two household rule.
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Brits will be allowed to mix indoors from May 17 while following the Rule of Six or limiting the gathering to two householdsCredit: Getty Images – Getty
As part of the roadmap announced by the PM, Brits have been told they will be able to meet inside while following the rule of six or two households by May 17.
Travel within England will also be allowed from May 17.
This means Brits will be able to travel to a holiday house together for a break – while following the number restrictions – for the summer.
The change on May 17 will also see the rules adjusted for Brits meeting outdoors.
Boris today announced that the rule of six and two household constraints are expected to be lifted for Brits meeting outdoors.
Instead up to 30 people will be able to meet in parks.
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And the rule changes also mean that sex is back on for single Brits looking to mingle after the pandemic threw the country into a “sexual rut”.
Lockdown restrictions had previously met Brits were not allowed to meet inside – stopping any chance of some nookie.
It comes as Boris Johnson revealed retail shops, outdoor hospitality venues and hairdressers will be allowed to open from April 12.
May 17 is also expected to see indoor exercise gyms and indoor hospitality allowed to reopen.
Meanwhile, loved up couples were given clarity over wedding rules in Boris Johnson’s speech in the Commons today.
It comes after a study today revealed Covid vaccines are slashing severe cases of the disease by up to 94%.
It’s the first set of data to come out of the jab programme in the UK, in which more than 17 million people have had a first dose of either the Oxford or Pfizer vaccine.