Corona measures should be over in Great Britain by the end of June. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced this at a media conference on Monday.
The UK government plans to lift all restrictions on the coronavirus pandemic in England by June 21. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday when he presented his lockdown schedule in the British House of Commons in London.
The decisive factor is not the scheduled times, but the data from the pandemic, said Johnson.
The prime minister said that the way out of lockdown would be carefully but irrevocably taken. This is thanks to the determination of the British and the success of the vaccination campaign.
First step on March 8th
The regions of Scotland and Wales, on the other hand, are relying on the gradual opening of schools, which began this week. Social contacts are also to be allowed more than before in England from the second week of March. For example, home residents can receive visitors again.
The next step is to take place on March 29th. Up to six people or two households can then meet again outdoors. Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis or golf courses are also allowed to reopen.
From April 12th shops, museums and libraries should be allowed to receive visitors again. Pubs and restaurants should then also reopen, if only for operation in outdoor areas.
Football fans back in the stadiums in May
Going to the cinema and staying in a hotel should be possible again on May 17th at the earliest, as well as indoor club sports. Up to 30 people can meet again for weddings or other important events. International travel could possibly be allowed again. Up to 10,000 people could come together in football stadiums, for example.
The number of infections in the UK has fallen dramatically in the past few weeks. At the same time, more than 17.5 million people in the country have already been vaccinated against the coronavirus with a first dose.
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