Lockdown measures were first eased on March 29, when millions in England saw the stay-at-home order end and the rule of six return.
On Easter Monday, the Prime Minister confirmed that the roadmap dates he had initially set out will remain unchanged.
Since lockdown was first eased, the UK has seen a continuous decline in coronavirus infections, with cases plummeting to a level not seen since July 2020, according to data released by the ZOE Covid Symptom Study on Thursday.
With all that in mind, here is what you can and can’t do from Monday, April 12:
Pubs and restaurants are allowed to open and serve customers with outdoor service only.
This means that pub gardens and outdoor dining for restaurants can reopen. Everyone who visits will have to check in on the NHS’s Test and Trace app and groups are limited to six people or two households.
Drinkers have been urged to take cash to the pub with them, as poor rural broadband and mobile signal means card machines cannot be used in many pub gardens and the new guidelines ban establishments from taking payments indoors.
There are no rules in place requiring pubs to serve a meal alongside alcohol, and there will be no curfew.
One household will be permitted to stay overnight somewhere in the UK, but not with an additional household.
“Self-contained accommodation” will be available to rent from April 12 onwards, which will include Airbnbs, cottages and campsites.
Hotels and B&Bs will remain closed.
Gyms will be able to open on Monday, but gym-goers cannot attend with people outside of their own household, because indoor socialising will still be barred until step three of Mr Johnson’s roadmap, on May 17.
Exercise classes will also be banned when gyms reopen, in an attempt to reduce contact between people as they work out.
The saunas and steam rooms in gyms will remain closed.
As well as gyms, indoor swimming pools and other indoor exercise venues will reopen.