The excitement is preparing for a wedding season after Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised that spring and summer would be “seasons of hope”.
The Prime Minister announced his roadmap for the lockdown earlier this week. The country now expects the restrictions to be lifted in four steps.
The restrictions on weddings and funerals will be lifted completely from the summer, according to the roadmap.
And now expectant brides and expectant grooms are desperately trying to organize their wedding while the promise of some semblance of normalcy is given.
The uplifting developments this week came when PM Johnson appeared in the House of Commons to get his roadmap out of lockdown.
He then spoke of number 10 Downing Street at 7 p.m. on Monday evening when the steps to freedom were announced.
Until March 8th
According to the applicable rules, weddings are only permitted under “exceptional circumstances”, e.g. B. in incurable diseases or life-changing operations.
In England, 30 people are allowed to attend a funeral under coronavirus regulations.
From March 8th
As of March 8, weddings are still limited to six people, but not in exceptional circumstances.
From April 12th
After April 12, weddings and vigils are allowed for 15 guests, and funerals remain at 30.
From May 17th
From May 17th, 30 guests are admitted, also for other life events such as bar mitzvah and baptism.
June 21st – all restrictions lifted
All restrictions on weddings and other life events in England are due to be lifted as of June 21, subject to a research review.
The plans were revealed when Boris Johnson delivered his roadmap out of lockdown restrictions in the Commons on Monday.
The Prime Minister told the Commons that in step four we will “lift all legal restrictions on social contact, weddings and other life events.”