Is it possible that the Covid-19 limits will persist past June 21?
Plans are allegedly being examined to postpone or reduce back the total lifting of restrictions scheduled for later this month.
The PA news agency examines some of the important concerns and which actions may be implemented in England beyond the June 21 deadline.
– What is the current schedule for that particular date?
The fourth step of the government’s road map calls for the abolition of all legislative restrictions on social contact.
We are still reviewing the data and the most recent scientific research, and no decision on Step 4 has been made yet.
– And do you think that won’t happen?
Despite allegations of delays and alterations to the plan, the government has stated that “no decision” has been taken on whether all coronavirus restrictions will be lifted by that date.
“As the Prime Minister has stated, we can find nothing in the data at this time to suggest that we need to depart from the road map,” a spokesman said on Saturday.
“We are still reviewing the data and the most recent scientific research, and we have not made a judgment on Step 4 yet.”
– What are the findings of the reports?
According to the Telegraph, the last step of Boris Johnson’s road map could be delayed by two weeks.
According to the I daily, the government’s amended plans would likely see the government continue to encourage people to work from home if at all possible, as well as the policy of mask wearing and social isolation on public transportation.
According to the publication, social separation in pubs and restaurants, as well as audience limits in theaters and movies, are likely to persist.
– When will we get further information?
Required to the spread of the coronavirus variation first detected in India, also known as the Delta variant, a review of what precautions will be relaxed on June 21 was due by the end of May but was pushed back due to the spread of the coronavirus variant originally found in India.
The plans for unlocking will be unveiled on June 14, according to Downing Street.
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