Following the latest , people in England can expect to see more socially-distanced gatherings in outdoor spaces, shops reopening and certain year groups returning back to school - all in the month of June.
Here's a list of what to prepare for as lockdown restrictions gradually begin to ease.
This means that groups can meet in parks and private gardens for chats and barbecues.
We wanted to find out how our viewers felt about the idea of people being allowed to meet in groups of six whilst staying two metres apart.
What does this mean for households with more than six people?
The Environment Secretary, George Eustice has confirmed that families of six or more will be unable to to meet with additional people together.
After being asked by a member of the public, Ms Eustice said that the Government "had to draw a line somewhere".
He suggested a solution would be for some of the family members to go and meet grandparents or friends while the others stay at home.
Children returning to school
Another change from Monday (1 June) is that children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 will be returning back to school.
The Government say that strict hygiene measures will be in place and social distancing will be encouraged. Guidelines also say that teachers and staff do not need to wear PPE.
Some councils across the Midlands, including Nottingham, Birmingham and Peterborough, have questioned whether it is too soon for schools to re-open.
Nottingham City Council expressed in a statement that it has advised the Nottingham Schools Trust to not reopen to wider numbers at this time.
Today, we would like to make it clear, unequivocally, that we do not feel it is the right time to bring children back to schools on Monday. We are advising schools run by the council through the Nottingham Schools Trust that they should not reopen to wider numbers at this time. This is not a reflection on our schools in Nottingham. They have done a tremendous job of working towards opening to more pupils while continuing to look after the children of critical workers and those pupils with additional needs and vulnerabilities. We would like to praise them for their efforts over the last ten weeks of lockdown.
Birmingham's Bullring and Grand Central has announced that it will officially re-open on June 15th.
A range of measures are being put into place to keep everyone safe, including the introduction of a one-way system, enhanced cleaning processes and fixed hand sanitiser stations.
All customer-facing workers will wear protective clothing and customers will be encouraged to use contactless payments for transactions.
The General Manager at Bullring and Grand Central says the way people are going to be expected to shop will be "different for a while".
It has been a really challenging time for everyone, and we are hugely grateful to the key workers that have done so much over the past few months. At Bullring & Grand Central, we’re working really hard to make sure we can re-open on 15 June, and that we can do so safely. We ask that people be patient with us though, as the way we shop is going to be different for a while, and visits might take longer than usual. We can’t wait to re-open, and to welcome back our customers.
Intu, which has shopping centres in Stoke-on-Trent, Merry Hill, Nottingham and Derby, has also outlined how it will support the gradual reopening of non-essential retail stores.
We have introduced enhanced cleaning regimes and hand sanitation stands throughout every centre, measures to limit the number of visitors and ensure they stay socially distanced once inside, and given our staff the protective equipment they need to stay safe.