Johnson will tell the House of Representatives on Monday afternoon that from March 8th, schools will finally reopen across England, and the return of outdoor social interactions is very limited, including sitting on a park bench and drinking coffee, which is not currently allowed.
The Prime Minister will also announce that starting from March 29, with school holidays, Easter will remove further restrictions on social activities, allowing groups of six to gather outdoors and allowing the entire family to participate in social activities. Downing Street specifically emphasized the need to give the elderly and vulnerable groups who have been vaccinated, these people have been isolated from their families for nearly a year.
Downing Street emphasized that this is a planned measure, and if the Covid-1
When the news came out, the British vaccine continued to lead the rest of Europe, and scientific research showed that vaccination can reduce the risk of hospitalization by as much as 94%.
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh, Strathclyde University and the Scottish School of Public Health checked the data of people who received the first dose of Pfizer or AstraZeneca. The data shows that four weeks after the shooting, according to the British news agency PA Media, the risk of admission was reduced by 85% and 94%, respectively. As of Monday morning, the UK has provided the first dose of vaccine to 17.5 million people, and the rate of vaccination is increasing.
The Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday will mark the first step in a four-step process. Johnson will tell lawmakers later that his administration’s decision “will be made at every step based on the latest data, and we will be cautious about this approach so as not to undermine the progress made so far.”
The speed with which the country exits the lockdown will depend on four key tests: how well the vaccine is produced; how well the vaccine is produced. How the vaccine affects hospitalization and death; the infection rate remains low; the new variant will not disrupt the other three tests.
Johnson will say that his priority “has always been to get the children back to school. We know this is vital to their education and their physical and mental health, and we will also prioritize the way people reunite with their loved ones.”
Since the summer, his Conservative backbenchers have been cautious, focusing on schools and families rather than economics, which may arouse criticism. At that time, the infection rate dropped, and government sources told CNN at that time that the focus had shifted from containing the spread to reopening the hotel industry. As the summer ends, the infection reoccurs, the virus mutates, and urgent action is needed to stop the virus from spreading.