he Prime Minister Expected to tell people United Kingdom As he prepares to regain his freedom on July 19, managing the coronavirus risk will be left to them “judgment.”
Boris Johnson Will result in Downing Street At a press conference on Monday, he will tell the public that the country must “start learning to coexist with this virus”, which is the clearest sign so far that he is preparing to lift a series of restrictions on daily life.
Mr. Johnson will introduce to the country the future of the one-meter or more rule, the use of face masks and the guidance of working from home. Many reports indicate that these rules will be cancelled.
Some people suggest that starting from the so-called “Freedom Day” on July 19, wearing masks will become voluntary, and social distancing between bars and bars will end-at the same time you need to use QR codes to check in-which means restarting Drink at the bar without table service.
According to reports, according to the road map’s proposal to lift the blockade at the final stage, large-scale events including festivals will also be allowed.
At the same time as the press conference, the Minister of Health Sajid Javid A speech will be delivered in the House of Commons on Monday to update any changes in members of Congress.
The Prime Minister is expected to say on Monday: “Due to the successful launch of our vaccination plan, we are cautiously adopting the road map.
“Today, we will explain how to restore people’s freedom when we reach step 4.
“But I must emphasize that the pandemic is not over and the number of cases will continue to increase in the coming weeks.
“When we start to learn to coexist with this virus, we must all continue to carefully manage the risks posed by Covid and make judgments in our lives.”
Downing Street confirmed that at the same time as the press conference, the government will announce the results of its future review of the use of so-called vaccine passports and social distancing guidance.
Officials said that the prime minister will provide updated information on visits to nursing homes, while also pushing for those who have not yet done so to receive the vaccine proposal. So far, 86% of people in the UK have received at least one dose of the vaccine.
On Sunday, cabinet ministers appeared to be preparing to relax measures. Community Minister Robert Jenrick told the BBC that the government could “remove” restrictions because of the vaccine’s impact on reducing the serious illness caused by Covid-19.
At the same time, Mr. Javid said that although the open economic argument is well known, for him, the health argument is “just as compelling”.
Mr. Javid wrote in Sunday’s post that it’s time to “find a way to deal with” this virus, just like the flu in this country.
Although there are signs that a full relaxation will occur within two weeks, scientists are concerned about the prospect of ending restrictions as the number of cases in England increases.
Professor Susan Mitch, an expert in health psychology and a member of the Emergency Science Advisory Group who advises the minister, told the Guardian: “Making a surge in community communication is like building a new’mutant factory’ at a very fast rate.”
The Labor Party stated that if restrictions are to be lifted to support the treatment of this virus like the flu, the government must announce how many Covid-related deaths it is willing to accept in the face of rising Indian virus cases (also known as the Delta variant).
The Department of Public Health of the United Kingdom estimates that during the entire 2017/18 flu season, approximately 22,000 people in England died of flu.
Shadow Health Minister Jonathan Ashworth (Jonathan Ashworth) said: “So far,’learn to coexist with the virus’ is just a ministerial slogan.
“Now we know this is the government’s strategy. When Sajid Javid speaks in the House of Commons, he must explain the death rate and long-term Covid cases that he considers acceptable.”
The latest government data shows that as of 9 am on Sunday, there are 24,248 laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 cases in the UK-an increase of 66% in the past week.
However, official data said on Sunday that another 15 people died within 28 days of testing positive, indicating that the vaccine is preventing coronavirus-related deaths, and the death rate has fallen by 1.6% in the past 7 days.