Two advertising rules set to change in England in June Brighton News

BORIS Johnson is set to make changes to two advertising rules when he announces the lockdown restriction changes on June 21.

The Prime Minister is on the verge of abolishing table service and the “one meter plus” rule in pubs, according to reports.

As part of the government’s roadmap to exit the lockout, June 21 could see the return of nightclubs, large-scale events such as music festivals and restrictions on wedding guests could be lifted.

The government is expected to reveal the results of its review of social distancing measures this week, according to The Telegraph.

The chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency said the possibility of all coronavirus restrictions being lifted next month was “good”.

However, Dr Jenny Harries urged the public to be careful to avoid another lockdown, warning that the new Indian variant has become the ‘dominant strain’ in parts of the country.

She told BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show: ‘It looks good if people continue to heed all the safety signs so we shouldn’t stop doing what we’re doing, especially in areas where we have this. a worrying variant, the B1617 .2, in the north-west and around London.

“It’s really important that people continue to do their hands, face, space and work from home, that they have their jabs and that they also do the tests.

“The cases of the B1617.2 variant are on the rise, they have increased very sharply and much of the media reported a 160% increase in cases over the period of the week, but they appear to be leveling off slightly at the moment.

“It’s still very early.”

Professor Adam Finn, a member of the Government’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization, said there could be an “adjustment” to the lifting of restrictions on June 21.

Asked about the likelihood that the measures will be lifted by that date, he told Times Radio on Sunday: “We are indeed in a race with the vaccine program against the virus.

“We know we’re letting the virus out by spreading it pretty much now, we know we’re making good progress with the immunization program, but I think we’re going to have to make some adjustment.”

Meanwhile, Home Secretary Priti Patel said there would be no “green light” to unblock the restrictions.

Ms Patel said: “We all have to be conscientious. All of us who are on the move now, we walk away, we wear masks, we follow all the rules.

“It’s part of our normal life now and it will continue, and that, of course, will help us with this unlock on June 21.”

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This notice was published: 2021-05-24 07:56:06