Roadmap To Recovery Spring 2021

On 22nd February 2021, the government published its COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021.

The publication is also referred to on various internet resources as The Road To Recovery, The Roadmap, Roadmap and Roadmap out of lockdown.

Direct links where you can view the roadmap to recovery plan on the government’s website

Here is the direct link where you can view this PDF document on the government’s website.

Here is the direct link where you can view this publication in various printer friendly formats, including a large print version.

Here are the direct links where you can view a summary of the roadmap to recovery in languages other than English

Roadmap SummaryLanguage
ArabicPDF Link
BengaliPDF Link
FarsiPDF Link
GujeratiPDF Link
HindiPDF Link
PolishPDF Link
Punjabi-GurmukhiPDF Link
Punjabi-ShahmukhiPDF Link
SlovakPDF Link
SomaliPDF Link
UrduPDF Link
WelshPDF Link

Government Roadmap out of Lockdown – Watch the Video

Image gallery of associated government infographics within the publication

Please note that these infographics are extracts from the government’s roadmap to recovery publication. The full publication, as linked to above, should be read to receive the full context.

You can click on any infographic to view a full-sized version.

The Four Tests – Roadmap out of Lockdown

The goals of each test have to be achieved before implementation of the next steps of the roadmap to recovery plan

The Four Tests
The Four Tests

Roadmap To Recovery Plan

Step 1. 8 march and 29 March
Step 1. 8 March and 29 March
Step 2
Step 2. No earlier than 12 April
Step 3
Step 3. No earlier than 17 May
Step 4
Step 4. No earlier than 21 June

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