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Top Tips When Lockdown Eases

If we're to believe some of what we read in the papers,? lockdown restrictions might soon be eased. There's speculation that schoolchildren in year 6 may return to school as early as the end of this month, while certain businesses may be allowed to reopen not too long after.

Of course, we don't know for sure until Boris holds his briefing later this week, but here's our advice when lockdown eases a little. Bear in mind that these our just our tips - and you should always look to the NHS and the UK Government for official advice, too.

Keep Your Distance

Remember that when lockdown ends - or is lifted - it doesn't mean we're free of the virus. Social distancing measures will likely still be in place for some time, with people being advised to keep two metres apart from others.

Schools may introduce strict social distancing measures, as might businesses. The advice from the NHS and the Government to wash your hands - regularly and for 20 seconds each time - will still remain too, we suspect.

Make sure you carry some hand sanitiser with you and refrain from touching your face, where possible.

If You Can Work from Home, Consider Doing So

Before lockdown was officially announced at the end of March, the advice was as follows: if you can work from home, do so, where possible.

As it's always a good idea to minimise risk, if you're someone who can comfortably work from home, consider it. Freelancers are a good example of this; for example, you may already work remotely and are finding lockdown not much different to your usual lifestyle.

Where possible, after lockdown ends, you could still exercise some further social-distancing measures of your own, continuing to take part in Zoom or Skype meetings, rather than meet face-to-face, if you can.

Don't Forget Your Mental Health

For many, it can seem like there's no light at the end of the tunnel - but as we all get used to a new normal, some of us are finding that the slower pace of life is preferable. When lockdown ends - or is lifted - remember the things you learned during this period of social distancing.

This can include the fact that exercise and fresh air helped boost your mood, while buying fewer non-essential items helped your bank balance and ensured you could live a more minimalist way of life.

There are lots of things to learn from self-isolation and social distancing, the key one being that mental health can be as important as physical health.

Post-lockdown, do what makes you feel good - as long as it's safe and legal - and take things easy, if you can.

Exercise Common Sense

Lockdown restrictions may soon lift, but we should all exercise some common sense when we're out and about. The Government could announce that we can meet friends and family in smaller groups, but that doesn't mean we have to. If you don't feel comfortable with any new rules that come into place, take things at your own pace until you do.

What are you most looking forward to when lockdown restrictions are lifted? Let us know in the comments below.

Until next time...

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