Despite the falling numbers Britain is still not scheduled to open up fully for another seven weeks. Ministers are even hinting that masks and forms of social distancing may continue past June 21.
PM says social distancing will be left up to ‘personal choice’ as he confirms next phase of roadmap will go ahead as plannedLockdown easing in England: what will change from 17 MayCoronavirus – latest updatesSocial distancing and the 1 metre-plus rule could be scrapped next month, the prime minister has suggested, as he confirmed the next step of England’s lockdown easing but said families and friends should think carefully before deciding to hug.
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Boris Johnson hailed the latest step towards freedom from lockdown in England saying that planned easings will go ahead on May 17.
Boris Johnson will herald a return to freedom tomorrow, vowing that 'Covid will not beat us', as he announces the further easing of lockdown measures.
Cabinet minister Michael Gove says PM will make announcement on Monday despite concerns about variants
British holidaymakers will be given the go-ahead to jet off to sunnier climes from Monday when the ban on non-essential foreign travel is finally lifted.
Hospitality chiefs in England warn that rules such as table service and capacity restrictions will hamper the businesses as they attempt to return to profit after more than a year of disruption.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed Monday that England will be moving to the next stage of its coronavirus lockdown easing program on May 17.
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