Boris Johnson will address the nation about easing coronavirus restrictions on Monday at about 7 pm, it’s been reported.
The Prime Minister will give details about the Government’s long-expected roadmap out of lockdown.
He’s expected to say that schools will reopen on March 8, when people will also be able to meet one person from a different household for a coffee or a picnic outside.
Rules could be further eased on March 29 to allow six people or two households to meet outside, while non-essential retail will open before the end of April, according to a newspaper outlet.
Pubs and restaurants should be able to operate indoor service by May but could be allowed to serve customers outside earlier.
Music festivals and football matches should be allowed towards the end of May, with the introduction of rapid testing to screen fans for coronavirus.
It’s not clear when travel will be allowed again but some sources have said domestic travel will be allowed at some period in April.
It comes as Boris Johnson has promised that every adult should be offered the COVID 19 vaccine by July.
The hastened rollout is a result of the Government reaching its target to vaccinate 15 million people in the top four priority groups. The over 70s, health and social care workers and the clinically vulnerable by February 15.
Adults aged 50 and over, as well as those with an underlying health condition that puts them at higher risk, will be offered a vaccine by April 15 under the expedited plans.
The Prime Minister said that hitting 15 million vaccinations was an important breakthrough, and there would be no let-up, and he wanted to see the rollout go further and faster in the coming weeks.
He said they will now strive to offer a jab to every adult by the end of July, helping them to protect the most vulnerable sooner, and take further measures to alleviate some of the restrictions in place.
But he said there should be no doubt, the route out of lockdown would be cautious and phased as they continue to protect themselves and those around them.
The Prime Minister intends to relax restrictions following the UK’s third national lockdown which was imposed after the second wave of coronavirus swept across the country.
This was blamed on the spread of the Kent strain of the virus, which was believed to be more transmissible.
But it seems that Boris Johnson is just loving all of this and numerous people just want their freedom back.
And there have been numerous people who have taken their own lives because of this because people are losing their jobs, homes and everything they’ve ever worked for.
The purpose of this lockdown was to get deaths down and decrease hospitalisations and it does seem this is being achieved, but numerous lives have been lost in the process, and Boris Johnson is always hesitating when he speaks, but things would have been a lot different if he had taken the essential measures in the first place.
And numerous people are going into hospital with non-COVID related illnesses, but whilst being there have tested positive for COVID, but on their discharge letter their diagnosis is COVID, yet they didn’t go in with COVID, which means the Government are fraudulent and telling multiple lies along the way.
This is shocking and should be reported to the Quality Care Commission, it must also be taken up with the hospitals unless they’re in on it as well, and using this virus as a weapon is beneath offensive.