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Hugging close friends and family is allowed from May 17. Just be "cautious" about it, please.
There was a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment going back as far as series one.
Lockdown in England is easing a little more, and indoor gatherings are back.
PM says "what role there could be – if any – for certification and social distancing” will be decided later this month.

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Boris Johnson makes social distancing optional within groups in the biggest relaxation of Covid rules for more than a year.
"Intimate contact between friends and family is something that we want to see restored" in England.
Pregnant women face vaccine confusion, delays and wasted trips. Campaigners are calling for change.
Official figures published on Friday suggest England's R rate is between 0.8 and 1.0.
It has officially been named a 'variant of concern'.
The switch is said to be a "precautionary move".
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International trips could start again from May 17 and testing will be essential.
What you need to know about testing, quarantine, and the countries on the green, amber and red lists.

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