How the lockdown to could start to be eased Construction and other outdoor workers cleared to returnNon-food retailers allowed to reopen Offices re-opened but with strict distancing rulesSchools reopening in JuneBan on visiting beauty spots relaxedIncreased public transport with strict distancing rulesReturn to strict lockdown in areas where cases surge againPubs and other congregational settings remain closed for longerHarsher fines for rule breaking Advertisement Parts of the UK that fail to adhere to safety measures designed to get Britain back to work face being slapped straight back into lockdown if there is a surge in coronavirus cases, Michael Gove warned Britain tonight. The Cabinet Office Minister confirmed that the Government would follow a ‘whack-a-mole’ strategy against resurgent areas as the Government slowly lifts the economically crippling restrictions and get UK PLC going again. He praised the stoicism of the public in mostly adhering to strict rules in place for the past five weeks. But speaking at tonight’s press conference he warned that areas that see a relapse in coronavirus cases when the lockdown slowly begins to be eased face a return to the current lockdown. He spoke after revealing that the number of tests carried out yesterday fell to just short… Read full this story
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