Great BRITAIN will be cheered by a triple serving of good news about the easing of the lock of this week.
Boris Johnson, will announce we can enjoy the pubs, haircuts and holidays from 4 July.
The PM also has promised to “keep a vice-like grip” on the virus as we enter the third phase of the battle.
On Tuesday, he will announce he is cutting the two meters of distance as a social rule, thousands of companies can get back to work. The PM said on Sunday that he was “sticking like glue” to his plans to open up the country over the next month.
He said: “The disease is increasingly under control and I just want people to think about this important fact. It goes to the bottom. We are about to go down.”
Bushy British will be able to get their barnets professionally trimmed for the first time since the month of March.
Pubs and restaurants are supposed to be given the green light to the reopening for al fresco dining. Hotels, holiday parks and B&Bs will re-open for families to enjoy a summer vacation close to home.
The PM said: “we are making progress, it will be possible to open more.
“You’re going to hear more on what we want to do with not just non-essential details, but with the hospitality sector on 4 July.
“We are sticking absolutely like glue to the road map for the plan that I put on the 10 May.
“But it is very important not to lose our vice-grip on the disease. We have got to keep to the second floor where we have it.
“On the status of social distancing, watch this space.”
But the No 10 has warned that he would not hesitate to put the hand brake again to stop the virus out of control. Mr. Johnson is expected to warn the public directly, they must follow the rules and avoid a return to restrictions.
High streets are re-opening with a very different look — with plastic screens in the stores and the customers in the masks. British hit the boozer and maybe sign up for a table in order to communicate with the tracers can get in touch if there is an outbreak.
The PM will put the finishing touches to his plans when he meets ministers on Monday.
Chief scientific advisor, Sir Patrick Vallance and chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty will update the way in which the war on Covid-19 will.
They are supposed to give him the all-clear to reduce the distance of a meter, as long as people wear masks and sit back-to-back-to-back seats.
The PM will be updated of his Cabinet on Tuesday, and the fate of its plans to unlock the great Britain in Parliament in the afternoon.
Breweries, hotel chains, hairdressers and other businesses will benefit from new advice this week about how they can re-open.
No. 10 believes that Britain can move to a new phase of hyper-local restrictions rather than national level locking because of Test and Trace. A no. 10 spokesman said: “The reason why we are able to go ahead this week, it is because the vast majority of people have taken measures to contain the virus.
“The more we open, the more important it is that everyone follows the rules of social distancing.
“We will not hesitate to put the hand brake on to stop the virus out of control.”
Health secretary Matt Hancock told the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday: “We are about to see another step in the plan.
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“This week, we’ll announce more details on the steps we can take to relieve some of the national lock of the measures at the beginning of July, including the 4th of July.
“The plan is clearly working because the number of new infections is declining.
“The number of people on ventilated beds in the hospital, for example, came down, and, fortunately, the number of people who are dying is declining. Therefore, the plan is working.”
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