Boris Lays Out 'Roadmap' to Ending Lockdown by Summer, But Makes no Promises

Boris Lays Out 'Roadmap' to Ending Lockdown by Summer, But Makes no Promises


The last restrictions on public gatherings and businesses won’t be repealed until June at the earliest, but the Prime Minister has made clear his review dates are not promises and remain in his gift depending on how the government perceives coronavirus levels.

Britons will not see any relaxations on the government-imposed lockdown until early March at the very earliest, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said, noting the dates on his new roadmap remain completely flexible and are subject to ‘tests’ the government will apply.

Even if the first date is reached without further delay, the present stay-at-home orders in place will only give way days shy of a full year since the first corona lockdown began in March 2020. The country will certainly be in something resembling full lockdown on the first anniversary of lockdowns beginning, therefore, with the best-case scenario only foreseeing one person being allowed to meet one

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