Groups of six able to meet outside from Monday says Boris Johnson, as coronavirus lockdown eases

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  • Groups of up to six people will be able to meet outside for picnics and barbecues from Monday, Boris Johnson has revealed.

    In the latest easing of lockdown, the Prime Minister confirmed that groups of six will be able to meet in outdoor spaces including private gardens.

    The new measures currently only apply in England.

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