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Government release roadmap out of lockdown

22 February 2021

This evening the government has published their roadmap for the easing of the current nationwide lockdown.

The roadmap contains four steps, each five weeks apart, with step one split into two halves. Graphics detailing these steps are below. For more information on the roadmap, visit the government website.

As ever, all information is subject to change and is correct at the time of publishing. For the latest info on the country’s route out of lockdown, visit the government’s website.

We’re on hand to help with all your HR questions and queries as we hopefully come to the end of lockdown. Please contact the team if you need any support.

Image courtesy of the No 10 official Flickr account.

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