Brits have been waiting for this day for months and finally pub beer gardens will reopen on April 12.
The great thing is that gyms, non-essential shops and even restaurants with outdoor dining can welcome back customers too.
So now with restrictions slowly easing across the country, a marketing boss has decided to treat his staff in the best way possible.
Chris Donnelly, chief executive of digital marketing company Verb Brands, is giving staff a day off on Monday to enjoy themselves.
He even reckons by doing that it'll give the economy a much-needed boost as staff head out to splash their cash.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, the 30-year-old said: "It has been a horrid time for so many people across so many sectors."
"The pubs and shops are opening up after months and I just want employees to know how much they are appreciated.
"[And I want them] to enjoy this day for themselves, not spend it sat in the office.
"Landlords and high street retailers need a boost too so I'm happy for my lot to spend the day supporting these businesses.
"And if they want to spend the day in bed – then good for them."
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Brits desperate for a pint will be able to enjoy drinks at a variety of venues from April 12.
Pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes will be able to use any outdoor space available to them in the next step of easing restrictions.
There will be no need for customers to order a substantial meal with alcoholic drinks, but punters must stay seated at all times.
Boozers have been shut for the majority of the year and there were fears only a small percentage would reopen on Monday.
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