- Groups of people will be allowed to meet outdoors in the UK as the national coronavirus lockdown is relaxed.
- Up to six people in England, and eight in Scotland, will be allowed to meet in both public and private outdoor spaces.
- Schools will begin to reopen next week and shops will be opened from mid-June.
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