The Prime Minister is expected to tell MPs how we will exit lockdown in an eagerly-anticipated plan tomorrow.
Boris Johnson is due to announce his roadmap out of restrictions as the country is in the midst of gruelling rules and regulations.
It is expected the PM will open up schools first, but there has been much speculation about what he will say about businesses, pubs, and holidays.
Weeks of speculation will finally come to an end when Mr Johnson unveils his roadmap tomorrow afternoon.
The official announcement will take place in the House of Commons at 3.30pm, the Mirror reported.
The PM will then speak to the nation in a televised address which the Sunday Times says will be at 7pm.
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Newspapers have reported that his plan could allow outdoor leisure activities, such as golf and tennis, and even picnics to resume in March.
Outdoor meet-ups between two separate households could happen by Easter as a first step toward relaxing gathering rules, according to The Telegraph.
Hairdressers may have to wait until the end of April to reopen, the newspapers report.
Downing Street is apparently planning on allowing non-essential shops to open their doors again in April, The Times reports.
It comes after Mr Johnson pledged that every adult in the UK will be invited to have the jab by July 31 – two months ahead of schedule.
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It raises hopes that the worst of lockdown could soon be over and the country can, finally, get back to some kind of normal.
Mr Johnson said: “I want to see the rollout go further and faster in the coming weeks.
“We will now aim to offer a jab to every adult by the end of July, helping us protect the most vulnerable sooner, and take further steps to ease some of the restrictions in place.”