The Prime Minister has recently confirmed the roadmap is on track and planned easements can go ahead.
This means significant parts of the indoor economy and further outdoor settings will reopen from 12 April, after data confirmed the government’s “four tests” for easing Covid restrictions had been met.
Here's what is allowed to reopen from Monday 12th April:
clothing stores and tailors
charity and antique shops
homeware and carpet stores
showrooms (such as for vehicles as well as kitchens and bathrooms)
electronic goods and mobile phone shops
florists and plant nurseries
retail travel agents
remaining auction houses and markets
tobacco and vape stores
betting shops (subject to additional COVID-Secure measures, such as limiting the use of gaming machines).
car washes (except for automatic car washes that are already open)
Personal care / close contact facilities:
hair, beauty and nail salons
body and skin piercing services
spas and massage centres (except for steam rooms and saunas)
holistic therapy (including acupuncture, homeopathy, and reflexology)
Indoor sports and leisure facilities:
gyms and leisure centres
dance studios and fitness centres
driving and shooting ranges
climbing wall centres
adventure parks and activities
animal attractions (such as at zoos, safari parks and aquariums)
drive in events, such as for cinemas, theatres, and other performances.
funfairs and fairgrounds
museums and galleries
water and aqua parks