But that doesn’t mean coronavirus has disappeared.
People could go out for unlimited exercise, visit shops and restaurants – while wearing a face mask and keeping up social distancing, of course.
Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are changing in the UK today, here are the rules where you live as the country looks to move back to normal following months of uncertainty
And you may find it difficult to keep up with which areas are under lockdown.
After the UK came out of lockdown, life was able to edge more towards normality.
From today rules will change in certain places in the UK. To make it easier, here are the rules where you live.
In a bid to limit the spread of Covid-19, the government has had to enforce local lockdowns across the country.
The lockdown rules are changing in much of Greater Manchester from today, September 8.
However, you should continue to not meet with people you don’t live with, or in their home or garden.
Socially distanced indoor performances can also resume, and the remaining restrictions on close contact services such as treatments can be lifted.
From today, casinos, bowling alleys and other leisure facilities can re-open everywhere in Greater Manchester – except Bolton.
Meanwhile, people in Bolton, Greater Manchester have to follow these strict rules.
This involves limiting hospitality venues to takeaways.
Today Health Secretary Matt Hancock said even tighter restrictions would be introduced in Bolton.
In addition, those in Bolton have to stick to these rules:
It also requires all venues to close between 10pm and 5am.