Easing lockdown: Everything you need to know about what you can do and where you can go in Doncaster from Monday April 12
Monday marks a big change for Doncaster on the lockdown re-opening roadmap.
The rules are changing on Monday April 12 under step 2 of England’s lockdown roadmap with pubs, shops and hairdressers all scheduled to reopen.
We have put together guide to what you will be able to do here in Doncaster – and you can click on the links here for more information locally on the changes, which allow the re-opening of pubs, restaurants and cafes to re-open (with outdoor seating only); gyms and other indoor leisure (limited to household groups); hairdressers and other personal care businesses; self-contained holiday accommodation, like cottages; outdoor attractions like zoos and theme parks; libraries and community centres. Simply click on the links for the story:
PUBS CAFÉS AND RESTAURANTS
OTHER KEY INFORMATION:
The maximum number of people at weddings and wakes will be expanded to 15.
Domestic holidays will be allowed, but only in household groups, or with people in your support bubble.
All children’s activities, including indoor parent and children groups with up to 15 parents, will start up again.
The Rule of Six will remain in place outdoors, with mixing still banned indoors.