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Please see below update from the Cabinet Office:

” In his address to the nation yesterday, the PM outlined a roadmap for reopening society. Full details of the address can be found here https://bit.ly/CV19PMAddress.

Today, we can share further details of the recovery strategy, which you can find here: https://bit.ly/CV19RecoveryStrategy
Tweet here: https://twitter.com/10DowningStreet/status/1259847302027587584?s=20

In addition, please read the following guidance, which we have published today to support the above strategy:

– Updated social distancing guidelines: https://bit.ly/CV19StayAlert
– Guidance on making and wearing face coverings: https://bit.ly/FaceCoveringCV19

Please note that further guidance on safe workplaces, reopening schools and travelling safely will all be published later today. Guidance on borders will follow later this week.

All guidance will be uploaded to gov.uk/coronavirus; however we will also circulate links the moment guidance is published.

Please note that the Stay Alert campaign and above guidance relates to England only.”

Further details will be released as and when we receive them.

“As promised earlier today, please see further details on safe workplace guidance: https:/bit.ly/CV19WorkingSafely

FAQs to summarise what you can and can’t do have been published, which are based on the new guidance: https://bit.ly/CV19FAQs

As mentioned previously, we will circulate further guidance on schools reopening, travelling safely and borders as they are released. The FAQs will also be updated to reflect this.”

 

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