The first should be confirmed reopening from April 12 of non-essential stores, of restaurants and outdoor venues and hairdressers.
Also on that date they should also reopen the theme parks and the limit of people who can attend weddings and funerals should be raised to 15. meetings indoors between people who do not live under the same roof. Another hot topic is the rules for i foreign trips starting from May 17th. London – according to Sky News reports – would be preparing a holiday plan that provides for a ‘traffic light’ classification of countries based on vaccinations and coronavirus cases. Brits who go to the “green” ones will not have to be in quarantine upon returning to the UK.
Free tests from April 9th
Meanwhile, from April 9, those who live in England will be able to do a quick test for the research of Coronavirus for free, twice a week. “Until now the tests were only available to those who were most at risk”, the government website reads, “but now they will be offered to everyone and we encourage people to do them to prevent the spread of the epidemic and return to a more normal life. “. Boris Johnson said: “At this time, carrying out regular rapid tests is even more important to ensure that the efforts made with the vaccination campaign are not in vain.”
The numbers of the pandemic in Britain have been declining for several days. Pending today’s updates, a number of new infections equal to 3,423 e was reported yesterday 10 dead. The death toll, the Guardian points out, is the lowest from 9 deaths on September 14.
In Britain at 6.30 pm on Easter Sunday – 36,904,755 doses of anti-Covid vaccines had been administered. In all, the first doses were 31,523,010 while the second doses were 5,381,745.
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