The government has announced the country's next step in easing the coronavirus lockdown.

However changes coming into force from tomorrow - August 15 - excludes areas in England where local restrictions are in place - including Greater Manchester. 

It comes after the 'roadmap to recovery' was paused at the start of the month after the Office for National Statistics reported an increase in the number of people testing positive. This is now said to have levelled off.

While remaining business sectors will be permitted to reopen from this weekend in parts of the country, new enforcement measures are set to be introduced in the coming weeks which will apply to all residents in England.

Fines for repeatedly refusing to wear a mask where mandatory could soar to £3,200 and organisers of illegal raves could face a £10,000 penalty.

Here's everything that won't be allowed to resume in Greater Manchester on August 15 but will for other parts of England:

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Nightclubs, dance halls, as well as sexual entertainment venues and hostess bars, remain closed in law across England.

And a rule that applies to all of England is that from Saturday, hairdressers and beauty therapists should now wear a face mask in addition to a clear face visor, following new evidence by SAGE.

Hairdressers will have to wear a mask and visor

Areas where local measures are currently in place include: