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    COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021 - GOV.UK

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    Prime minister road map to lifting restrictions.

    8th March
    All schools reopen
    2 people can meet outside
    Care home residents can nominate one regular visitor.
    Out of school clubs to resume.

    29th March
    Outdoor sports can resume
    2 households/rule of 6 outside

    12th April
    Non essential shops, gyms, hairdressers outdoor hospitality (pubs/ restaurants)can reopen.
    Holiday let's can open for individuals or household groups.

    17th May

    International travel
    Most restrictions outside will be lifted to a number of 30.
    Indoor meeting of 2 households/rule of 6.
    Pubs restaurants cinema to open with social distancing in place

    21st June
    All outdoor restrictions to be lifted
    Nightclubs to open
    Hopefully lift restrictions on large events

    All the above is subject to the data and numbers still decreasing.

    COVID-19 Response - Spring 2021 - GOV.UK

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    Thanks Fussy. It's good to have it all clearly set out like that.

    Let's hope they start giving us the tests to do at home as well

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    When someone tells you nothing is impossible, tell them to go slam a revolving door

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    Thanks Fussy.

    I'm very confused over it all, but we'll get there.

    And fingers crossed they can work out how to get tests to us childminders as well as all the PVIs! ..... probably once we don't actually need them!

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    Thank you Fussy

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    Thinking about children returning ...
    8th March all children return to school, but only those whose parents are working/studying/attending medical appts or are critical/vulnerable are allowed to attend childminders etc .... so those over 5s whose parents are in hospitality, hairdressers etc are not allowed to attend as the parents can not work until 12th April? ... is that correct?

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    Ooh as I’ve only got one schoolie I have holiday time so hadn’t thought of that.
    Well I suppose they are not working so would they need a Childminder? I don’t know the answer loocyloo . If they are paying to keep the space for them it’s unfair I think 🤷🏻*♀️

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    I know! Really tricky!

    It's a friend of mine; she asked and I didn't know!

    I guess if the parent isn't working, then they don't need care, but sometimes the child/ family need a break/ something else! I used to have an only child whose mum didn't work, because she said she got to mix and 'have siblings' with me

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    Well then you really need the answer.Yes, I’ve had children just so they mix with other children but I don’t think at the moment you could have a child for that reason.If a parent wasn’t coping, struggling for some reason you may be able to.

    You have to do what you thinks best if no answer available.

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