There is "no reason" for England's final Covid restrictions to SLOTXO last beyond 19 July, new Health Secretary Sajid Javid has said.
Scotland aims to lift all major legal lockdown restrictions by 9 August. The next review of measures in Wales is due on 15 July. Some rules in Northern Ireland will be reviewed on 1 July.
What's happening in England?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said people in England are "very likely" to be able to return to "pretty much life before Covid" on 19 July.
The final stage was put back by four weeks from 21 June, because of the spread of the Delta variant. The government said more time was needed to vaccinate the adult population.
The remaining restrictions include the rule of six, table service in pubs and restaurants, nightclubs being closed and capacity limits in theatres and cinemas.
What about areas with high numbers of Indian/Delta variant cases?
There are now 12 areas of England where you are advised to:
meet friends and family outside
keep 2m (6ft) apart from people you don't live or bubble with
minimise travel in and out of affected areas
These are Bedford, Birmingham, Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool, Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Greater Manchester, Lancashire (county council area), Leicester, Liverpool City Region (Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens, Wirral), North Tyneside and Warrington.
What's been announced in Wales?
The lifting of coronavirus restrictions is being paused, to be reviewed again on 15 July.
However some "small technical amendments" have been made to current rules - including:
No limit on the number of people who can attend a wedding or civil partnership reception or wake - now determined by the size of the venue and a risk assessment
Small grassroots music and comedy venues will be able to operate on the same basis as hospitality venues, such as pubs and cafes - basing numbers on Covid-secure venue capacity rather than a limit of 30 people
Primary school children in the same school contact group or bubble can stay overnight in residential outdoor education centres