British leaders are to announce the reopening of the schools on 8 March and will also allow people to gather for coffee or a picnic. Extracurricular activities abroad can be resumed from the same date, which is the case explained to Bloomberg.
In this sense, Johnson issued a statement in which he stated that the government’s priority is “to always let children go back to school, which we know is important to their education, as well as to their physical and mental well-being Too. “
“We will also prioritize ways for people to reunite with their loved ones in a safe manner,” the president said.
Johnson will appear before Parliament, where he will elaborate on the next step to follow the imprisonment facing the United Kingdom, including social contact over 29 March, when external meetings of six people or two may take place.
The Prime Minister detailed in the letter that the government would be “cautious” in its approach so that we could not undo the progress made so far.
Since the beginning of January, due to coronavirus outbreaks, the United Kingdom faced its third imprisonment, prompting some officials to accelerate the vaccination rate.
According to the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, one in three adults have been vaccinated in the country as of this Sunday.
On the other hand, in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health added 9,834 new positive and 215 fatal diseases.
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