Johnson outlines a plan to ease the restrictions on Covid-19 in the future

The easing of restrictions must be cautious but irreversible, Johnson told reporters in London.

The British Government is convinced that the current strict restrictions must be the last.

Fearing the rapid spread of the most contagious strains of the new coronavirus, the plan envisages easing restrictions at longer intervals.

Johnson decides on restrictions only in England. In Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, regional governments are responsible for restrictions.

According to media reports, the first full-time school studies will resume on March 8.

It is then planned to ease restrictions on outdoor activities, which will be followed by retail facilitation, after which bars and restaurants will be able to resume work.

However, the implementation of the plan will also depend on a scientific assessment of the impact of vaccination progress on the epidemiological situation.

More than 15 million people in the UK have already received the first dose of the vaccine.

In the UK, today’s migrants from 33 countries will have to spend ten days in Covid-19 quarantined hotels under strict supervision. Subsistence costs must be borne by the entrants themselves.

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