The Prime Minister confirmed that shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens will be allowed to reopen from Monday – but did not explain the government’s position on vaccination certificates

Boris Johnson has announced that shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens will reopen in England from next week

He confirmed that the country will move out of lockdown into the second phase of its “roadmap” next Monday

In a briefing from Downing Street, he said the government was still reviewing the ethics surrounding vaccination records

The Prime Minister confirmed the next step on the roadmap after being locked down and said at a press conference on Downing Street he was looking forward to a pint of beer in a week’s time

Travel abroad, unless you are allowed to travel abroad for a specific reason by the 17th May be banned under current lockdown restrictions

England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty, who was asked when hugs and other interactions could resume, said current coronavirus rates are still too high

“The number of people who actually have the virus right now is around one in 370 So we want to lower these rates further before we feel that society as a whole has low levels of Covid, “he said
UK Senior Scientific Advisor Sir Patrick Vallance said he expected regular hand washing and the recommendation that people should stay home from work when they feel sick in order to provide “base” for social distancing in the future to become

“When it comes to social distancing, one has to understand what that could mean in the long run,” he said at a press conference on Downing Street

“And it probably means things like hand hygiene and the fact that people take time off when they get sick and stay home instead of going to work to test whether or not you have it

In response to Boris Johnson’s comments on the resumption of foreign holidays, Paul Charles, executive director of travel consultancy The PC Agency, replied, “I still think the government will close on Jan. May some countries open to visitors which will be solidly green on the new traffic light system

“The travel sector needs more security and we hope the Global Travel Taskforce will provide that clarity later this week

“The government can no longer take to the streets with hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk

“There is an urgent need to create secure solutions for business, leisure and family visits”

Weddings with 15 guests and funerals with 30 mourners are possible from the 12th April allowed again, it was confirmed

To ease lockdown restrictions further, the government has announced that weddings, outdoor receptions, and memorial services, including guards, can now host up to 15 people

Boris Johnson said the government was “far from finalizing plans for so-called vaccination certificates”

“The principle that some people need a certificate to prove they will not pass the disease on, like surgeons who have to prove they are vaccinated against Hep B or whatever, can make sense,” he said a press conference

“But I would like to stress that we are still a long way from finalizing plans for Covid certification in the UK

“The bottom line is that everyone gets off and gets vaccinated when asked to report, and gets your second dose when asked to report”

“The recording right now is fantastic and this is very important to keep it going

“We’re seeing something like 99 points – I can’t remember what it is – 997% uptake for the second dose, which is great and that’s what we want to see”

Boris Johnson said the government wants the aviation industry to fly again and would give airlines “as much attention” as possible so they can prepare for resumption of non-essential international travel

“In aviation we will give as much information as possible

“We will want to get the country flying again, we will continue to support the aviation industry in a variety of ways,” he told the press conference on Downing Street

When asked if children need vaccination records when they are introduced, Boris Johnson said, “We are far from implementing or enacting anything for anyone, let alone children

“I’ve set out how we might envision this, but it is by no means for steps two or three”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said a future of continuous Covid-19 testing is not “too arduous”

When asked what the future will be like after the 21st Speaking to a press conference on Downing Street, Mr Johnson said on June 6th, “I think a lot depends on the continued success of the vaccine roll-out and our continued compliance with the four tests.”

“If things continue to go well, I think life will return to some semblance of normal in many ways for many people”

He added, “A world where we continue to test won’t be too arduous”

The government is working on intricate ethical issues arising from COVID-19 vaccine certification before deciding how best to use the so-called passports, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said

Johnson said there was no need for people to show they had been vaccinated for stores and pub gardens to reopen for the next week, adding that the idea of ​​vaccination cards for international travel is likely and their use in the Domestically piloted at some would make big events

“I want to emphasize that there are complicated, ethical, and practical problems raised by the idea of ​​COVID status certification with vaccination alone,” said Johnson

“You have to be very careful how you handle it and not start a system that is discriminatory”

Boris Johnson has announced the next steps to ease England as the government hopes to reopen outbound travel “as soon as possible”

It is not time to pack your bags, however, as the Prime Minister has not confirmed whether the holidays can resume as hoped from May

Currently, according to the lockdown timetable, the 17th May be the earliest overseas trip that could be resumed when it returns this will include a “traffic light system”

The government’s preliminary roadmap review found it hoped non-essential overseas travel could return “as soon as possible”, although it is still “too early to know what is possible”

The Prime Minister said, based on the latest data, he did not think the lockdown would cause any deviations from his roadmap

Boris Johnson said at a press conference: “We have created our roadmap and are sticking to it

“And I would like to emphasize that we do not see anything in the present data that leads us to believe that we have to deviate from this roadmap

“But we hope, together, through caution, monitoring the data in every phase and following the rules – memory of hand, face, space, fresh air – together to make this roadmap to freedom irreversible”

Boris Johnson said the lockdown changes in England were “fully justified” but urged the public not to be complacent

The Prime Minister said at a press conference on Downing Street, “We believe these changes are fully justified by the data, which shows that we are passing our four lockdown facilitation tests

“We can see the waves of disease affecting other countries, and we’ve seen that story go

“We still don’t know how strong the vaccine protection will be if the cases start to rise, as I fear, so we say, please get your vaccine or your second dose when the turnaround comes.” p>

Boris Johnson said there was “no question” that people would be asked to show Covid certificates to go to a pub garden or hairdresser next week

The Prime Minister said he would be on Jan. Visiting a pub April after confirming the next level of lockdown easing may proceed

Speaking at a press conference on Downing Street Monday, Boris Johnson said, “The net result of your efforts, and of course the introduction of the vaccine, is that I can confirm today that we will begin on Monday the 12th April, to continue with step two of our route will be map

“Reopening of shops, gyms, zoos, holiday campsites, personal care services such as hairdressers and of course beer gardens and all kinds of outdoor hospitality

“And on Monday the 12th, I’ll go to the pub myself and carefully but irreversibly lift half a liter of beer to my lips “

Gyms, leisure centers and swimming pools are allowed on 12 Reopening April as the government moves into the next phase of its lockdown-exit strategy

Sports fields, dance studios, driving ranges and climbing wall centers can open their doors next week as part of step 2 of the four-step plan to get out of draconian restrictions

They have been closed since England on Nov. January carried out its third national lockdown However, some venues were closed in December or earlier when cities and towns moved to Tier 4 as part of the localized system that has since been abandoned

Boris Johnson announced on Monday that all non-essential shops, pubs and restaurants (for eating and drinking outdoors), hairdressers and beauty salons, libraries and zoos will be closed on Dec. May be reopened in April

All non-essential business in England may be closed on December 12 Reopening April as the country’s third national coronavirus lockdown continues to be eased

Supermarkets, pharmacies, off-licenses, garden centers, and bike shops were among the limited types of businesses that began closing on Jan. January were allowed to stay open

Three months later, businesses such as apparel and housewares retailers, electronic goods and cellphone stores, tobacco and vape stores, charity shops, and car washes will be given the go-ahead to reopen their doors next week

You will resume trading in business alongside pubs and restaurants (for alfresco dining and drinking only), hairdressers and beauty salons, gyms, libraries, indoor leisure centers, and zoos

Shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens are allowed to open from next Monday, as Boris Johnson confirmed that the next stage of the Covid-19 roadmap will take place

The Prime Minister announced that from 12th April will continue with step 2 of the roadmap Unnecessary retail stores, gyms and outdoor hospitality are reopening there

And he gave an update on the progress in the introduction of vaccination records and the activation of foreign travel this year

But the Prime Minister announced that when it reopens it will be on a traffic light basis, allowing people from countries with “green” ratings to return without any quarantine or isolation

He said, “I want to thank you for your patience as it is now really clear that it is paying off”

Non-essential shops, zoos, and gyms are allowed to reopen, while pubs and restaurants can cater to people outdoors

He warned that cases will increase and it is not yet clear how strong the “vaccine protection” will be

The government’s SAGE committee has warned of an increase in Covid cases over the course of the year

A document released today states, “It is very likely that hospitalizations and deaths will resurface after the later steps on the roadmap

“In most of the modeled scenarios, each peak is smaller than the wave in January 2021, but scenarios with a low transmission reduction after step 4 or with pessimistic but plausible assumptions about the effectiveness of the vaccine for recurrence of hospital stays to a similar extent as in January 2021 lead ”

The Prime Minister is assisted by England’s Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance

He is expected to make a series of announcements of changes to the rules at the Downing Street Briefing, which will likely include an update to travel restrictions, relaxation of lockdown rules, and advances on vaccination record proposals

It was announced yesterday evening that free coronavirus tests would be offered to everyone in England twice a week as ministers prepare for the next level of lockdown easing

In the UK, another 26 coronavirus deaths and 2762 more infections recorded as positive tests decreased 40 percent within a week

The death toll rose last Monday when it recorded 23 deaths, despite being among the 4th654 cases have decreased

Yesterday coronavirus claimed the lives of 10 more patients in the UK, with another 2297 people tested positive

The daily death toll tends to be lower on Sundays and Mondays as the recording is delayed on the weekends

Pubs, cinemas and indoor hospitality reopening could be delayed after new models suggest England could see a new surge in Covid-19

Wise papers say there could be a late summer spike after the big unlock, which was as bad as late January when the hospitals were almost overwhelmed

Government scientists now believe vaccine protection and a possible 85% intake in adults under 50 may not be good enough to bring the UK back to normal

Scientists have developed a Covid-19 test that only takes 20 seconds to get a result It can be used by pubs, entertainment and sports venues to keep the UK safely phased out

The portable device – a small box – uses light and artificial intelligence to determine if a sample is positive and the results are 87 percent accurate, say scientists

The machine was developed by doctors and scientists from the vast Sheba University Medical Center with 2000 beds near Jerusalem

It uses a beam of light and artificial intelligence to analyze nose, throat or mouthwash samples taken from the public

A beam of light searches for chemical signs of the virus and confirms its findings using a memory bank

Spectroscopy is already used in medical devices and can check the water supply for metal contamination

The machine was developed by doctors and scientists from the vast Sheba University Medical Center with 2000 beds near Jerusalem

It uses a beam of light and artificial intelligence to analyze nose, throat or mouthwash samples taken from the public

A beam of light searches for chemical signs of the virus and confirms its findings using a memory bank

Spectroscopy is already used in medical devices and can check the water supply for metal contamination

If a mouthwash sample is taken instead of a swab, early experiments show it is 95 percent accurate

It is also faster than the current cross flow test used in schools and nursing homes, and is already used by airports in Israel, where it was invented

Pub customers sitting next to someone who later tests positive for Covid-19 are asked to book a test themselves immediately under the new rules for the reopening of hospitality

Anyone visiting a pub or restaurant in England must check-in under the new rules announced by the government last night

The rules will be updated on March 8th April come into force before 12 April the outdoor hospitality is resumed

According to earlier rules, the main customer only had to check in with the QR code poster or by stating their contact details

The app also requires users who tested positive to share their event history in a “privacy-sensitive manner” through the program, the government said

It assumes that the app will get the user’s consent before sharing the venue history – and the user’s identity will not be shared

Those who have been to a venue on the same day as several others who have since tested positive for Covid-19 will receive a notification asking them to book a test immediately, whether or not they show symptoms

The rules for using the app are changing as the lockout restrictions are further relaxed and lifted

Another 15 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in hospital in England, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths reported in hospitals to 86422 increased, said NHS England

The deaths occurred between Jan. March and the 4 April, with the majority on or after April 1 April was

Jonathan Ashworth, the shadow health secretary, said today he was concerned that introducing vaccination cards would make people feel like they are being pushed into a push – and would be “counterproductive”

The senior Labor MP told BBC Radio 4’s World At One: “I worry if you want to keep increasing vaccination rates – and to be fair, vaccine reluctance in this country has gone down and we do.” very good”

“But all the evidence has always pointed out that if you want to maintain confidence in vaccination, you are not making it compulsory, not enforcing vaccination – you are encouraging people, you are convincing people

“And my concern with what the government is proposing is that they are effectively trying to force people to take a vaccine, and I end up thinking that it will be counterproductive”

Ministers are still exploring the possibility of forcing pubs to request proof of a Covid vaccine or negative test this summer if they want to reduce social distancing

The Prime Minister is expected to announce tonight that the people of England will start as early as May 21 June needing vaccination passes to enter crowded venues like soccer stadiums and nightclubs when the country could finally be free of most restrictions

However, ministers have not ruled out extending the passports or certificates to the hospitality sector later this summer, despite fierce opposition from the pub industry, reports say

Boris Johnson is expecting a series of announcements today regarding bans, travel rules and vaccination records

The Prime Minister is expected to announce that any changes coming on Nov. April should take place, can be carried out

This means hairdressers, gyms, outdoor hospitality, and non-essential retail stores – among other things – can all be reopened

The worldwide travel task force number 10 is not expected until December 12th Report April, although Mr Johnson is expected to say the nation is on its way that some travel will be possible by 5pm in mid-May

The near blanket ban on foreign travel is expected to be replaced by a risk-based traffic light system with red, yellow and green ratings for countries around the world

But officials have said it’s too early to predict which countries would be on which list, and they continue to advise against booking summer vacation abroad

The Prime Minister is expected to come up with an update this afternoon on the “Covid Certification System,” which most people refer to as vaccine passports

The NHS is currently working to give people the opportunity to demonstrate their Covid status in “digital and non-digital ways”

Ministers believe that the program is most useful in managing the risks where large numbers of people are in close proximity, e.g. B. Music festivals, sports games and night clubs

Finally, all adults in England are encouraged to self-test twice a week as free swab tests are also done for those with no symptoms

Mr Johnson said regular testing is key to further easing the lockdown as he prepares to outline his plans later today

From the 9 April everyone can access free, quick cross-flow tests for themselves and their families twice a week

He is joined by the English chief physician Professor Chris Whitty and the chief scientific advisor Sir Patrick Vallance

Spectators at events in the coming weeks such as the World Snooker Championship at the Crucible Theater in Sheffield and the FA Cup Final at Wembley on May 15 May, must be tested for Covid-19 both before and after the event

Ministers insist that the certificates – which could be a mobile phone app or a paper document – are never needed for essential services such as supermarkets, public transport or general practitioner practices

But they suggested that they could be useful for managing the risks at music festivals, sports games, and nightclubs

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