TOMORROW will see the last remaining coronavirus restrictions lifted across England so we took a look at what is changing and what is staying the same.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed on Monday that all remaining legal restrictions will be lifted in England from July 19, including the mandatory wearing of masks in indoor settings.

The Government has called for the public to exercise caution on July 19, with a recommendation that masks should still be used in crowded and enclosed spaces.

All legal limits on the numbers meeting indoors and outdoors will be scrapped and all businesses will reopen, including nightclubs – for the first time since March 2020.

The Government is recommending that businesses use “certification” as a basis of entry to venues deemed “high risk”, especially when the prevalence of coronavirus is high as it is currently.

People can attend concerts, theatre and sports events and the one-metre-plus rule on social distancing will end.

The instruction to work from home will be scrapped, although ministers are encouraging firms to implement a gradual return to the office, and the limit on named visitors to care homes will be lifted.

In a move towards restarting international travel, children and adults who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus will not have to quarantine on their return from amber list countries to England from July 19.

The Spanish islands of Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca will be added to the Government’s amber travel list from 4am on Monday due to a surge in Covid cases.

The change will affect those returning to England, Scotland and Wales.

Bulgaria and Hong Kong will be added to the green list – meaning there is no requirement to isolate on return, while Croatia and Taiwan will be added to the “green watchlist” meaning they are at risk of going amber.

The British Virgin Islands will also go amber, while Cuba, Indonesia, Myanmar and Sierra Leone will be added to the red list requiring 10 days of isolation in a quarantine hotel.

Meanwhile, rules on 10-day self-isolation periods in England are being eased for the fully vaccinated and under-18s, but not until August 16.