TODAY, Monday, the Prime Minister has unveiled his 'roadmap' out of lockdown - which could see all restrictions lifted by June 21.

Speaking in the House of Commons, Boris Johnson said that each stage of easing lockdown would be based on whether four tests have been met.

He explained: "First, that the vaccine deployment programme continues successfully and second, that evidence shows vaccines are sufficiently effective in reducing hospitalisations and deaths.

"Third, that infection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisations which would put unsustainable pressure on the NHS and fourth, that our assessment of the risks is not fundamentally changed by new variants of Covid that cause concern."

Here is what you can do and when according to Boris Johnson's roadmap:

March 8

Students will return to schools, supported by twice-weekly testing of secondary school and college pupils.

Breakfast and after-school clubs can also resume and other children's activities, including sport, can restart where necessary to help parents to work.

Families and childcare bubbles will also be encouraged to get tested regularly.

March 29

Boris Johnson said 'limited changes' will be made when schools break up for the Easter holidays.

This includes the rule of six returning to allow people to gather socially outdoors with one other household.

Tennis and basketball courts, open air swimming pools and other outdoor sports facilities will be able to reopen, while formally organised outdoor sports will resume subject to guidance.

From this date, people will no longer be legally required to 'stay at home'.

April 12 - at the earliest

Non-essential retail and personal care, including hairdressers and nail salons, will open, along with gyms.

Holiday lets and UK overnight stays can be used by individuals or household groups.

Pubs and restaurants can also operate outdoors - there will be no curfew and 'the Scotch egg debate will be over' as there will be no requirement for alcohol to be accompanied by a substantial meal.

Zoos, theme parks and drive-in cinemas will reopen in this phase along, with public libraries and community centres.

May 17 - at the earliest

Most restrictions on meetings outdoors will be lifted - subject to a limit of 30 people.

The rule of six now applies to indoor meetings of two households.

Pubs and restaurants can operate indoors, along with cinemas, children's play areas, hotels, hostels and B&Bs, theatres and concert halls.

Limited crowds can be allowed at sporting events and larger events will be piloted using 'enhanced testing'.

Overseas travel could be permitted.

June 21 - at the earliest

All remaining restrictions on social contact may be lifted.

Larger events could go ahead and even nightclubs could finally reopen.