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Shops, gyms, swimming pools, pubs, restaurants and cafés in Scotland are allowed to reopen from today (April 26) after a four-month lockdown, with some travels restrictions also being eased.


Pubs, cafés and restaurants in Wales can reopen to customers outdoors from today, as the Welsh government continues with its gradual easing of restrictions.


The vaccine rollout in England has been extended to 44-year-olds, with plans for opening up to the 40 to 43 age group due in the coming days.

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