Coronavirus: Cinemas and museums are set to reopen in England from 4 July


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Boris Johnson will announce his plans in Parliament on Tuesday

Cinemas, museums and galleries will be able to reopen in England from the 4th of July, Boris Johnson, is expected to announce Tuesday that it describes a new easing of coronavirus restrictions.

Places closed since the middle of the month of March will be able to accommodate visitors as long as security measures are in place.

The PM is also due to set out how the pubs safely reopen following a review of the 2m distance of the rule.

Health secretary Matt Hancock, said Monday the virus had been ” in retirement “.

Mr. Hancock said that England was “clearly on track” for ease of locking restrictions, but No 10 warned the moves would be cancelled if they have led to a rise in new infections.

There were less than 1,000 confirmed new cases on Sunday, the lowest daily since the lockdown began on the 23rd of March, while the number of people in hospital with the virus has fallen below 5 000.

The number of daily virus of death has also dropped to 15, the lowest since March 15. However, the figures often dip on Monday due to reporting delays.

On Monday, the prime minister has discussed the changes with the Covid-19 of the committee of the strategy, followed by the UK chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance and England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty.

It is expected to announce the plans to Parliament at around 12:30 BST.

Mr. Johnson should say, the 2 m (6 ft 6 in) social distance, the rule will be reduced to 1 m (3 ft 3 inches) from 4 July, with some mitigation measures.

This will allow many pubs, restaurants, hotels and B&Bs to re-open for the first time in more than three months.

The current data suggest over 1m to share carries between two and 10 times more likely to be 2m in addition, the scientists advising the government say.

Boris Johnson’s words today will represent more than another notch on a tape measure, more than any other type of business to be able to open his own door in England, and more than the government is moving into the final phase and formal phase of its so-called roadmap defined weeks.

Coronavirus has given grief to tens of thousands of families and brings recession for the whole of the united KINGDOM.

And it has also driven the capacity of the government of Westminster, without doubt, beyond its limits – the trembling of the ministers of the reputation and raise questions about their grip.

Now, with the threat to the health of decline, and the economic danger is very real, the political calculation has moved enough to allow the next phase to begin.

The ministers used to boast that they were following the science. But that has complicated the advice of a guide, not a medical ditkat.

The decisions on when and how to respond to the pandemic have always been for politicians to take.

The government has the ambition now is to move gradually towards a more recognizable way of life that gives a chance, the ministers of hope, to give them, not the virus itself, control.

But the threats to our health, next to the wealth of the country, are neither gone, nor forgotten.

A minister has warned: “everyone would like to come back to a beautiful array government. It’s just not going to happen. “

The government has come under pressure from the hospitality industry, and some Conservative Mps, in order to relax the 2m rule, with many saying that it would be impossible to trade under the current provisions.

Labour has declared its support will depend on employees having adequate protective equipment, such as masks, shields, and that there is an effective screening and follow-up system in place.

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The ministers have not excluded the client from having to register at the entrance of bars and pubs so that they can easily be tracked down if they come in contact with a person infected with the coronavirus.

In the framework of the government’s recovery plan, arts and entertainment venues are also likely to be able to open their doors from 4 July, but only if they follow guidelines to ensure that they are ” Covid secure.”

They will be expected to minimize the face-to-face contact by asking customers to pre-book tickets, to maintain line spacing and queues of input and output through different areas.

Screens could be put in place to minimize risk to personnel, while the ventilation systems will be improved.

Linda Bauld, professor of public health at the University of Edinburgh, said the public health community has been “very worried” about the pace of change, adding that the UK still has a much larger number of cases than other European countries.

“I don’t think that we are in the position where we have a system of tracking and tracing [system] to give us the confidence that if we begin to see cases rise again, we can contain it, ” she told the BBC Newsnight program.

In his Commons statement, Mr Johnson will reiterate undertakes to use the NHS Test and Trace system to detect and control local outbreaks through ” prohibitions targeted “.

A No 10 source said: “We are only able to move forward this week because the vast majority of people have taken action to control the virus.

“But the more we open, the more important it is that everyone follows the social distancing guidelines. We will not hesitate to reverse these steps if it is necessary to stop the virus out of control. “

The other nations of the UK are yet to announce plans to change the 2m distance of the rule.

The First Minister of scotland Nicola Sturgeon has asked the scientific advisors to review the circumstances in which it might be reduced alongside ” other mitigation measures “.

In Northern Ireland, where hotels, bars, restaurants and cafes are put to the reopening from 3 July, the Minister of the Economy, Diane Dodds has said that she is open to change.

A change has not been ruled out in Wales, where Prime Minister Mark Drakeford has said he would support a reduction if the Welsh councillors were told it was safe.

The World Health Organization recommends a distance of at least 1m.

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