Police have now been given the power to treat four specific breaches of the lockdown as a crime under a crackdown on flouting rules.
The government has taken steps to further ease the lockdown, with pubs re-opening from the beginning of next month alongside hotels.
Bars, cafes, theme parks and restaurants will also begin operating again from July 4, having shuttered in mid-March as the coronavirus crisis deepened.
But some restrictions remain firmly in place, with cops poised to reprimand people engaging in four specific lockdown breaches.
Despite the update to the lockdown, the government carries a warning on its website over four actions which could land you in trouble.
The government is reminding people that meeting indoors with anyone who is not a member of your household or, from 13 June, your support bubble, except for specific exceptions set out in law, is against the rules.
Likewise, you cannot incite others to break the rules, i.e. by throwing a party at your home, indoors.
It is also illegal to threaten others with coronavirus infection – either by coughing or spitting – after numerous reports surfaced in recent days and weeks surrounding similar, depraved attacks on police.
Furthermore, the government warns you cannot meet outdoors in a group of more than six with people who are not in your household or support bubble, except for specific exceptions set out in law.
The new rules for pubs, hotels and cafes come into effect on July 4 after non-essential stores re-opened in mid-June, sparking hefty queues across Birmingham.
Brummies flocked to the likes of Primark and beyond as they re-opened, with things like car showrooms allowed to start re-operating a fortnight earlier.