- From 8 March - All schools will open with outdoor after-school sports and activities allowed. Recreation in an outdoor public spaces - such as a park - will be allowed between two people, meaning they would be allowed to sit down for a coffee, drink or picnic
- From 29 March - Outdoor gatherings of either six people or two households will be allowed. It is understood this will include gatherings in private gardens. Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis or basketball courts will reopen and organised adult and children's sport, such as grassroots football, will also return
Secondary school pupils can access tests and will be required to wear face coverings in classrooms and shared spaces like corridors.
STEP TWO - from 12 April
- Non-essential retail opens, hairdressers and some public buildings like libraries
- Outdoor settings like alcohol takeaways, beer gardens, zoos and theme parks
- Indoor leisure like swimming pools and gyms
- Self-contained holiday accommodation, such as self-catering lets and camp sites
- Wider social contact rules will continue to apply in all settings - meaning no indoor mixing between different households will be allowed.
- Johnson confirmed the end of hospitality curfews - and requirements to eat a substantial meal alongside alcohol.
- He said a review of international leisure travel restrictions would be announced by 12 April at the earliest.
- Funerals continue with up to 30 people, and weddings with up to 15 guests.
STEP THREE - from 17 May
If the data allows, this step will see the "rule of six" abolished for outdoor gatherings, replaced with a limit of 30 people:
- Two households can mix indoors - with the rule of six applied in hospitality settings like pubs
- Cinemas, museums, hotels, performances and sporting events reopen - though social distancing remains
- Up to 10,000 spectatorscan attend the very largest outdoor seated venueslike football stadiums
- Up to 30 people will be able to attend weddings, receptions, funerals and wakes.
- Mr Johnson said this step would also "consider the potential role of Covid status certification" - which could refer to so-called "vaccine passports" - in helping indoor venues to reopen safely.
STEP FOUR - from 21 June
- Before this step, ministers will carry out a review of social distancing and other "long-term measures" designed to reduce transmission, including the "one metre plus" rule and the wearing of face coverings.
- They will also consider whether to lift the "work from home" guidance, which the government says people should continue to follow until the review has been completed.
- The fourth step will potentially see all legal limits on social contact removed, with the final closed sectors of the economy reopened - such as nightclubs.
- The government hopes that - from this date - restrictions on weddings and funerals will also be abolished.