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Coronavirus: Cinemas, museums and galleries in Newark and Sherwood and England alike to reopen from July 4, Prime Minister to announce in Parliament today (June 23)




Cinemas, museums and galleries in England will be allowed to reopen from July 4, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce in Parliament today.

However, as the government moves to get the arts and culture industry back on track, more regulations like one-way systems, distanced queueing and pre-booked tickets will be introduced.

Cinemas, museums and galleries to be allowed to reopen from July 4. (37120038)
Cinemas, museums and galleries to be allowed to reopen from July 4. (37120038)

Mr Johnson is also expected to get rid of the two-metre social distancing rule as pubs, restaurants and hairdressers in England get ready to reopen their doors again.

According to national reports, under a new 'one-metre-plus' plan, it is thought Mr Johnson will state people must remain two metres apart unless wearing a mask.

The expansion of 'social bubbles' is set to be announced as well, allowing people to mix more freely.



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