BRITAIN’S lockdown fate could be decided as early as tomorrow when Boris Johnson receives the latest covid figures.
The crunch document will outline exactly where the UK is at the moment in terms of cases, deaths, tests and vaccines and will likely be the report which either confirms or changes Boris’ lockdown roadmap plans.
On Monday the PM will announce the UK’s route out of lockdown, which he insisted would be “cautious but irreversible”.
Some of his plans appear to have leaked early, however, with the Daily Mail reporting a month-by-month timeline of gradual lockdown easing.
In March children will return to schools and outdoor sports like tennis will resume, in April non-essential shops will reopen and in May pubs will reopen with no more than two households and rule of six outdoors.
Then in June pubs and restaurants will be allowed to offer rule of six measures indoors before finally, in July, groups of unlimited size are allowed in, albeit with social distancing.
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