All non-essential shops in England will be allowed to re-open from December 2.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson today (November 23) outlined the government’s plans for the removal of lockdown restrictions.

England will return to the three-tier system, and each of the regions will find out which tier they are being put in following a further announcement on Thursday November 26.

Click here to see the updated COVID-19 Winter Plan Summary

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