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Boris Johnson’s plan to reopen pubs and haidresser on July 4

The Prime Minister will reveal the plan to reopen pubs and hairdresser on July 4: at stake also the two-metre social-distacing rule.

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PM about to reveal plan to reopen pubs and hairdresser

Johnson announced that he is going to reveal the plan for reopening pubs and haidresser from July 4, in addiction to the revision of the two-metre social-distacing rule.

Johnson about the plan to reopen from July 4

First of all, the UK PM will adress the issue of the revision and next steps of the recovery road map with his most senior Cabinet colleagues, chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance , and chief medical officer for England Professor Chris Whitty. The attention is focused also in the path to follow for loosening lockdown. Then on Tuesday, the Prime Minister will deal with the plan to reopen pubs, restaurants, hotels and hairdressers to the Parliament, after advising with his cabinet.

The government is going to issue norms for each sector of the business, in order to reduce the outbreak of Covid-19 after the reopening. Johnson claimed the progress made in the struggle against Covid-19 over the past three months meant “it will be possible to open up more”, on Sunday.

The necessity to respect rules

Therefore, it was clarified that in the case of various infringement registered, restriction will be restored to avoid a new spreading of the virus. “The reason we are able to move forward this week is because the vast majority of people have taken steps to contain the virus. The more we open up, the more important it is that everyone follows the social-distancing rules. We will not hesitate to put the handbrake on to stop the virus running out of control”, a PM spokesman revealed.

By the way, resarchers are starting an experimentation about a saliva test this week. It can substitute the old method of deep nasal and throat swabs. Then, also Scotland is entering the phase two of its own “route map”, planning to reopen shops and dentists.

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