On Thursday Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she is willing to ease the lockdown restrictions in Scotland separately to the British government.
She published her blue print setting how the lockdown and said there needs to be a “better balance” between tackling coronavirus and keeping the economy afloat.
She wants to have “grown up” discussions with the public over how to restore some sense of “normality to our lives” and has set out a few potential restrictions that could be soon loosened.
Some businesses could reopen if social distancing can be guaranteed and some schools could also reopen, whilst large gatherings will not be allowed for “some months to come.”
Northern Ireland said that lockdown measures will only be eased once they have met scientific and public health criteria.
Downing Street are yet to confirm what if any easing of the lockdown in England.