From July 4th, the Queen’s country will be reopening its cinemas, museums, and art galleries as UK’s prime minister Boris Johnson will be easing the lockdown restrictions.
The shutters were down since the middle of March due to the increased cases of Covid-19. The venues will be welcoming the visitors as long as they will be following safety measures, Boris Johnson will confirm the news on Tuesday.
The PM should also explain how pubs can reopen safely after reviewing the 2 m distancing rule. The health secretary Matt Hancock on Monday said the virus was “in retreat”.
He further said England was “clearly on track” to further ease restrictions on lockdown, but No 10 warned that if they led to an increase in new infections, the movements would be reversed.
Hancock said England was “clearly on track” to further ease lockdown restrictions but No 10 warned the moves would be reversed if they led to a surge in new infections.
Daily deaths from the virus dropped to 15, the lowest since March 15. The figures however often dip on Mondays due to delays in reporting.