Boris Johnson will reveal how he plans to “restore people’s freedoms” in England at a press conference on Monday, ahead of the final step in his roadmap to get out of lockdown.
Downing Street said the Prime Minister wants to give more time to the public and companies prepare for the relaxation of restrictions on July 19, before an official announcement next week.
Fourth step of the prime minister COVID-19[female[feminine The roadmap was delayed by a month in June, as the number of cases started to rise again, giving every adult in England the opportunity to be vaccinated.
The results of government reviews on vaccine certification and the future of social distancing will also be released.
Mr Johnson will also present the next steps on face coverings, homework and the tape measure and more, as well as the latest tips on home visits.
However, he will also warn that Britons will have to learn to live with COVID and that cases will continue to rise.
The government added that it will not know if its four tests (an effective vaccination program, evidence that vaccines work, manageable infection rates and low risk of variants) were met until July 12, a week before proposed date to relax final restrictions. .
Speaking ahead of his latest announcement, Mr Johnson said: “With the successful roll-out of our immunization program, we are moving cautiously on our roadmap. Today we will talk about how we can restore people’s freedoms when we will reach step 4.
“But I must stress that the pandemic is not over and that cases will continue to increase over the next few weeks.
“As we begin to learn to live with this virus, we must all continue to carefully manage the risks of COVID and exercise judgment in our lives. “
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