Lockdown: A list of restrictions Stormont is expected to relax and when
These are the relaxation proposals the PA news agency understands will be considered by the Stormont Executive when it convenes on Thursday:
– April 23
Close contact services, hairdressers and beauty salons, reopen.
Outdoors visitors attractions reopen.
Driving lessons can resume. Theory and practical driving tests resume.
Outdoor competitive sport will be allowed with numbers not exceeding 100. No spectators allowed.
Equine assisted learning and therapy can take place outdoors, limited to ten people.
– April 30
All remaining non-essential retail to reopen.
Self-contained tourist accommodation, such as caravans and rented holiday homes can operate.
– May 10
Licensed and unlicensed premises can serve customers in outdoors settings in groups of six from no more than two householders.
Removal of curfews on takeaways and off licenses.
Reopening of gyms.
– May 14
Wedding receptions and post-burial events can take place in indoor hospitality venues, limited to 30 people.
Limit on outdoor gatherings in domestic gardens increased to 15 people from no more than three households.
– Not before June 1
Licensed and unlicensed premises can operate indoors.
Domestic mixing allowed in indoor settings.
Indoors visitor attractions reopen.
Return of indoor group exercise, with numbers limited to suit the size of venue.