Take a look at what post-lockdown England looks like
Non-essential businesses like pubs, shops and theme parks opened Monday for the first time in months.
.The government’s third stage, slated to go into effect no later earlier than May 17, will allow even more entertainment venues in England to reopen, like museums, theatres, hotels, and permit exercise classes and international travel is permitted to resume.
The lockdown rollbacks are scheduled pending the England’s vaccination rate, hospital admissions and coronavirus infection and death figures.People enjoy the attractions at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, as England takes another step back... [+]towards normality with the further easing of lockdown restrictions.
PA Images via Getty ImagesCrowds of people flocked to the outdoor restaurants and pub tables in Soho monday.Getty ImagesPeople carry shopping bags while others queue to enter a store on Oxford Street in London on Monday.ASSOCIATED PRESSA woman moves a display of vinyl records outside a store as it re-opens in London's Camden Market. headtopics.com
Getty ImagesPeople get their hair cut at a busy hairdressers in London, set up with protective equipment to... [+]prevent the spread of coronavirus.ASSOCIATED PRESSPolice officers speak to people with alcohol as a dance class takes part in Castlefield Bowl on
... [+]Monday in Manchester, England.Getty Imageswo men embrace amongst people drinking outside in Soho, London, home to many of the city's pubs and Read more: Forbes »
Putin touches down in Geneva
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Drinks and selfies lol Humans are not afraid of Covid, then Government shouldn't be worried then 🤷. Those who are afraid should sit at home simple.