Coronavirus 1) Sunak could accept a four-week delay to end restrictions in England
“Rishi Sunak is willing to accept a delay of up to four weeks until the final stage of England’s reopening roadmap, the Guardian understands, as the government believes it will extend the restrictions beyond 21 June Ministers will continue to examine data on cases and hospitalizations over the next few days, with a final decision to be announced by the Prime Minister on Monday, with nightclubs reopening from 21 June, with the numbers covered. Weddings, large-scale events, and ups and downs mixed up guidelines for working from home.A delay in all these changes would infuriate many Conservative advocates.On Tuesday, former Conservative Minister Steve Baker pushed for the baptized date as to “freedom day” continued, and defined it as the “last chance” to save industries such as the hospitality industry, which calls for the 2-meter distance rule to be set aside. ” – The guardian
Coronavirus 2) Stay close to home, according to millions of areas affected by the Indian variant
“Millions of people in Greater Manchester and Lancashire have been urged not to travel far and tests have been stepped up to control the spread of the Indian variant. The military will conduct door – to – door testing for councils that wish to do so,” a method that controlled the cases in Bolton.Great Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham has backed the plan, but demanded ministers send more vaccines to the region.Officials said the measures were not a blockade. local people and that the people of the region were free to continue with their lives, but the government advised them to be more cautious about social contact, given the high infection rate in the area. of people from the region meet other people if possible, stay two meters away from people you do not live with and minimize travel outside your area. “- The times
- Andrew Lloyd Webber: “If you want to leave the theater, you have to stop us” – Daily Telegraph
- Border staff say Covid is among Canal migrants The times
- Sturgeon’s rules prohibit hundreds of UK cruise passengers (including Scots on board) from landing in Scotland because they departed from an English port. Daily mail
Coronavirus 3) Facial masks should be reintroduced into classrooms, as unions teach as infections increase.
“Facial masks should be reintroduced into classrooms, as demanded by teachers’ unions as infections increase. A joint statement, from the National Education Union (NEU), Unison, GMB and Unite, has warned that there are there will be more people who “probably won’t isolate themselves and lose face-to-face education.” In the coming weeks, unions have also urged outdoor lessons to minimize any further disruption to education. it came after government figures showed that the proportion of pupils attending public schools in England fell the week before in the middle of the period, as more children were forced to isolate themselves.The statement said: “Education unions are deeply concerned that high school students now have the highest rates of Covid-19 infection in all age groups, according to data from Public Health England (PHE) and the Office for National Statis (ONS), and these rates are increasing “. – Daily Telegraph
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