UK news Lockdown changes to start from March 8 as PM prepares 'roadmap' last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- The PM will announce the plan for the coming months when he addresses Parliament this afternoon
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! All schools will re-open on March 8 under Boris Johnson's "roadmap" to exit lockdown, which the PM will announce later today. He is also expected to announce that outdoor recreation with one other person will be allowed on the same date, so people will be allowed to sit together in a park with a coffee or picnic. Larger groups will be permitted to meet outside from March 29, the first Monday of most schools' Easter holidays. On the same date, organised adults' and childrens' sport is also expected to restart, Sky News reports. Tell us which businesses you think should reopen first using our lockdown survey below: The relaxation of these restrictions represents part of a four-stage easing of lockdown, with further lifting of coronavirus measures, including those affecting non-essential retail and hospitality, expected in the coming months. The Prime Minister will use a speech to Parliament this afternoon to detail the “cautious” approach for easing coronavirus restrictions across England ahead of a Downing Street news conference at 7 pm.
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. Boris Johnson's road map will contain four tests for easing the measures, with the Government set to examine the data at each stage before unlocking further. These tests are: That the vaccine deployment programme continues successfully That evidence shows jabs are sufficiently effective in reducing hospitalisations and deaths in those vaccinated That infection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisations which puts unsustainable pressure on the NHS That the Government’s assessment of the risks is not fundamentally changed by new variants of concern Find the latest coronavirus cases in your area:
In a statement ahead of the announcement, Mr Johnson said: “Today I’ll be setting out a road map to bring us out of lockdown cautiously. “Our priority has always been getting children back into school which we know is crucial for their education as well as their mental and physical wellbeing, and we will also be prioritising ways for people to reunite with loved ones safely. “Our decisions will be made on the latest data at every step, and we will be cautious about this approach so that we do not undo the progress we have achieved so far and the sacrifices each and every one of you has made to keep yourself and others safe. “We have therefore set four key tests which must be met before we can move through each step of the plan.”