England begins reopening as golf courses, swimming pools and parks filled again

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Swimming pools, golf clubs and tennis courts have re-opened as England eased its latest lockdown.

From Monday, people are allowed to meet outdoors in groups of six, or two households, in private gardens, parks and beaches, as temperatures soar.

The relaxation of “stay home” restrictions sees the return of organised sports, such as football and cricket.

Read all the latest on our Covid live blog here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/coronavirus-news-lockdown-rule-6-covid-astrazeneca-vaccine-cases/

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