Easter has been set to lift the strict Corona lockdown rules in the United Kingdom, which were approved by the government during the Christmas holiday season, according to the British newspaper The Sun, where Boris Johnson hopes, that Coronavirus cases will decline by the fifth of April.
The news hopes the new vaccines will lead to a faster end to the crisis – and will fuel the anger of Conservative MPs who are already threatening to revolt when tough measures are voted on next week, and will also reignite calls for more financial support for broken bars and restaurants.
But the prime minister is determined to put the NHS first – and he thinks he will have to wait until the height of winter in February and March to loosen his grip, and a senior government source said, “Boris will not agree to the overcrowding of hospitals as it happened in Italy … and we cannot reach The stage where we have to cancel the operations and treatments. In all likelihood, the levels should remain. ”
Yesterday, Johnson tried to reassure people that their areas could be moved to lower strata if and when infection rates fell, as he said seeing how the test is being done. Covid In Porton Down, Wiltshire: “I know it’s frustrating for people when they’re in an area with severe lockdown restrictions when there are so few cases in their village.”
A government source added that “with the introduction of a vaccine and the intensification of tests, more and more areas will descend into their strata.”
But Whitehall insiders believe it is inevitable that he will return again during Christmas, as families benefit the most from seeing friends and relatives on the holidays.