STREAMS of people are arriving at Brighton Station the day after Boris Johnson announced the easing of further lockdown measures.

The Prime Minister announced the two metre rule would be scrapped for a "one metre plus" alternative and the likes of hairdressers, pubs, museums and more would be able to reopen from July 4.

When questioned on what would be done to protect tourist destinations such as Brighton by Hove and Portslade MP Peter Kyle, Mr Johnson implored him and other city leaders to “show some guts" and welcome back visitors.

But today, with the Met Office predicting temperatures of 29C, visitors have flocked to the city and have been seen pouring out of trains arriving at the station.

The Argus:

With eased lockdown measures coming into effect on July 4, government advice currently urges people to stay two metres away from others who are not from their household.

People are also asked to avoid public transport whenever possible.

It states: "You can spend time outdoors, including exercise, as often as you wish. This must be with people you live with or, if applicable, from June 13, your support bubble, or in a gathering of up to six, which can include people from outside your household.

The Argus:

"You should keep two metres apart from people not in your household or support bubble at all times.

"You should continue to avoid public transport other than for essential journeys so should make journeys by cycling, walking or driving in a private vehicle where possible.

"You may travel to outdoor publicly accessible open spaces irrespective of distance with people in your household, and from June 13, your support bubble, but should follow social distancing guidance while you are there.

The Argus:

"You should plan ahead to ensure that, where you are visiting places like National Parks, beaches or zoos, you have checked that they are open and appropriately prepared for visitors.

"Many other outdoor venues where there is a higher risk of close contact and touching surfaces will remain closed as set out in the law.

"Campsites will remain closed and you are not allowed to stay away overnight, so should allow enough time to return home."

A "support bubble" can be formed with one other household by people who live alone or are single parents with dependant children.

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