10 July 2020

Lockdown easing in England 'modest' - Jenrick

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The government is taking "modest" steps in easing lockdown restrictions, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has said. reports citing foreign media.

He said he was "reasonably confident" the measures would be "manageable" but the room for manoeuvre was limited.

From Monday primary schools in England will start to reopen while vulnerable people in England and Wales can go outdoors.

Some scientific advisers have voiced concerns about the timing of changes.

Speaking at the daily coronavirus briefing, Mr Jenrick confirmed the updated guidance on shielding which will mean that people who have been advised to stay home since the lockdown began will now be able to go outside either with members of their household or to meet someone from another household.

2020.05.31 / 23:33
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