Johnson welcomes UK schools to reopen as first step to normalcy
MADRID, Esp. (Europa Press). – The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, began this Monday, celebrating the end of the relief of the first phase of England’s schools as the first phase of “normalcy”. Restrictive measures against the coronavirus epidemic.
“This has been a true national effort,” Johnson said in a statement released late Saturday by his office.
“The sacrifices that every citizen has made by staying at home while remaining the most insecure in our society means that we can now initiate sanctions carefully,” the Prime Minister said.
Thus, “millions of children and youth will re-engage with their friends and teachers when the schools reopen tomorrow,” he said.
According to the Prime Minister’s Roadmap, the second part of phase one, which will allow an open-air gathering of six people or two houses, is scheduled for March 29. Stores may open before April 12 and all restrictions may be lifted before June 21.
Similarly, the British government has confirmed delivery of around 57 million tests to schools and universities across the country, in addition to more than five million performed in educational settings during the bandh, with only one million last week .
The British government confirmed about 6 thousand new cases of coronovirus within the trend reinforced by the rapid administration of vaccines in the country, and about 160 more deaths in the last hour.
Thus, the Ministry of Health reported 6,040 new infections and 158 more deaths due to Kovid-19 since the epidemic was announced last year, with a total of 4 million 213 thousand 343 cases and 124 thousand 419 total deaths.
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