Postponing the issuance of the lock for two weeks due to the high incidence of injuries – reports
A two-week delay will be considered for the planned easing of restrictions in England on June 21 after the number of people in the country with Covid-19 increased 75%.
Several reports have also indicated that plans to lift restrictions could be scaled back, with continued social distancing and wearing of face coverings expected amid concerns that the Indian alternative is fueling an increase in cases. The United Kingdom on Friday recorded the highest number of new confirmed cases of coronavirus – 6,238 – since the end of March, according to official figures.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) also show that the number of people infected with the virus in England has increased by about three-quarters in a week, bringing its highest toll since mid-April, with an R-value between 1 and 1.2.
According to the Telegraph, a two-week delay to the final phase of Boris Johnson’s roadmap will be used to speed up second punches for those over 40 from a 12-week to eight-week gap between doses, in a repeat of already established practice. A place for over 50s.
Those over the age of 25 will also get their first doses from next week, the newspaper reported.
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