Boris Johnson is expected to announce another phase delay by reopening England for four weeks on Monday amid a wave of Covid-19 delta-island variants first discovered in India.
Rules on the use of face masks, people can meet indoors and out, and the limited number of shots at nightclubs and similar places was due to be withdrawn June 21, but British media reports suggest this could now be pushed back as late as July 19 at the moment. 30 limited abroad.
People will also be advised to continue working from home where possible, according to the report.
New figures from Public Health England indicate that 42,323 cases of coronavirus delta variant have now been confirmed across the UK, an increase of 240% from last week when the country’s infection rate was at its highest since January.
More than 70 million vaccine doses have been administered across the UK with about 80% of the country, now taking at least one dose. But the late May phê paper showed that the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines were only 33% effective against the delta variant after a single shot.
Johnson told Sky News on Saturday he was prepared to be “vigilant” to avoid any reintroduction of the lockdown system in the future.
When implemented the government’s “roadmap” must be removed from the lockdown in the fourth and final stage to see all the legal limits on social communication. On May 17, Sarat made the trip to the hospitality and entertainment venues on top of the three reopened domestic overnight stays and international travel, subject to a traffic lighting system.
The roadmap plans to move forward to three previous stages, which have gradually rolled back from mid-December to March in place of strict nationwide lockdown arrangements.