BORIS JOHNSON warned Brits of future local lockdowns if situation worsens.
Pubs are among those to reopen from 6am, with concerns that people could flout the new changes on ‘Super Saturday’.
Leicester became the first city to introduce a local lockdown this week after a rise in cases, with a number of other areas at risk.
Meanwhile, quarantine rules have been dropped for Brits arriving in England from more than 50 countries.
Holidaymakers will no longer need to worry about a 14-day quarantine upon their return from July 10.
Travellers will be able to go on holiday to destinations such as Spain, France and Italy without the need to self isolate when they are back in the UK.
On Friday, the coronavirus death toll in the UK rose to 44,131 after 137 more deaths in Britain and Northern Ireland.
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