Weddings to 'allow unlimited guests on June 21' if unlocking doesn't go ahead

Weddings could have unlimited guests on June 21, even if the full unblock does not take place.

Many people who wanted to get married have been in limbo for months due to coronavirus restrictions.

Current rules mean that only 30 people can attend a wedding and many venues have been forced to streamline or even cancel certain plans.

Given speculation over whether the surge in Covid cases will unlock the country on Jan.

The Times reports that the wedding guest limit will be lifted regardless of the decision made on Step 4.

The publication reports that the Prime Minister, who married Carrie Symonds last month, “is determined to relax restrictions on weddings and receptions this month”.

Guests would not have to sit at socially distant tables, but they would still be advised to be “careful” when making contact with other households, the newspaper writes.

Instruction does not recommend dancing, except for the first dance, and guests and staff must wear masks unless they are eating or drinking.

A government source reportedly said, “It’s been tough for the sector.

“If you have stadiums full of people, why can’t weddings with more than 30 people?”

It comes after the number of coronavirus cases in the UK has risen 74 percent since that time last week and another 7,540 infections were recorded.

It was the highest daily jump since late February, when 8,523 cases were reported on February 26.

Boris Johnson said it was too early to say whether the UK lockdown on Jan.

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