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Latest coronavirus restriction changes at a glance

Quayle outlines further reopening and review dates

Developments included in the chief minister's update at today's (21 May) coronavirus media conference were:

- With immediate effect, trades such as physiotherapy and podiatry can restart, provided they have appropriate PPE and risk assessments.

- Tomorrow (22 May) the health minister will be making an announcement on the restart of non-essential health services, including dentistry.

- Certain outdoor sporting facilities will be able to open from Saturday (23 May), with further details set to be received.

- Next week (25 May) workplaces in the services sector will be able to reopen provided it's safe to do so.

- 'Lifestyle businesses' such as hairdressers, barbers and tattoo artists will be able to reopen from 1 June, provided they follow government guidance.

- Also from the 1 June, cafes and restaurants will be able to open 'outdoor areas' to customers, provided it's safe to so, with government set to issue further advice for this industry.

- On 15 June, all school sites will be open. On 17 June all students in hub schools will able to return their normal schools, though this will be voluntary.

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