The UK’s Wuhan pneumonia (novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19) epidemic is slowing down and will try to relax some of its precautionary measures on the 17th of this month, including eating indoors and reopening cinemas, as well as testing the absence of masks in secondary schools and universities for the first time, and is expected to relax the mandatory wearing of masks in stores and offices and social distances from June 21.
According to Foxnews, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said more details will be presented later this month, including whether to abolish social distance, but next week will try to relax some preventive measures, including the opening of cinemas, fitness classes, bars, etc. An insider told The Sun, “The current concept is that only in The current idea is to keep social distance and wear masks only in limited environments (such as buses, trains, subways), but these are dependent on the final decision, but so far the data looks good”.
The report mentions that although the UK has recorded the highest number of deaths from the disease in Europe, with more than 127,500 deaths, the number of infections has fallen sharply, with about 2,000 confirmed cases a day now being recorded, a far cry from the 70,000 new cases a day in January. Some 53% of Britons have now received one dose of the vaccine, and more than a quarter have received two doses. There are concerns, however, that at this time there are still serious outbreaks around the world, such as in India, that the government has been too hasty in removing restrictions such as social distance, and that there is still a long way to go before the vaccine can be introduced.