Guidance in England

The Government has published the 4 steps to easing coronavirus restrictions in England. England is currently on Step 3 of the roadmap.
Owing to the change in Government Coronavirus guidance, this page is currently under review. If you have any queries, please contact pandemic@thera.co.uk

This information was current at the time this page was last updated on: 04 June 2021, 14:13 pm

COVID-19 Roadmap

The Government has published the 4 steps to easing coronavirus restrictions in England. This will be reviewed by scientists and the Government regularly.

England is currently on Step 3 of the Roadmap.

The Four Tests

These are the 4 tests the Government will look at when deciding whether we can move on to the next step.

Four Tests - Easy Read (199kB)


Step 1

This step began on Monday 8 March and more easing happened on Monday 29 March. Find out what changed in the Easy Read below:

Roadmap: Step 1 (516kB)

Step 2

England is currently on this step. It happened on Monday 12 April. Find out what changed in the Easy Read below:

Roadmap: Step 2 (587kB)

Step 3

This step will happen at least 5 weeks after Step 2 and no sooner than Monday 17 May. Find out what will change in the Easy Read below:

Roadmap: Step 3 (413kB)

Step 4

This step will happen at least 5 weeks after Step 3 and no sooner than Monday 21 June. Find out what will change in the Easy Read below:

Roadmap: Step 4 (173kB)

Travelling abroad

The Government has introduced a traffic light system for travelling abroad from England and what you should do when you return.

The Government’s system lists countries and territories as red, amber or green and tells you what you should do if you have been in those countries or territories.

Red, amber and green list rules for entering England

Read an easy read version of the Government travel guidance