Boris Johnson presented on February 22 a deconfinement plan based in three stages: the first will materialize by the reopening of schools on March 8. The final objective is to lift all restrictions by the end of June.
The British government announced on February 22 that it aims to reopen from April 12 in England non-essential shops, outdoor pubs and restaurants and museums currently closed due to the pandemic.
The deconfinement plan presented by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to MPs provides for four major steps, starting with the reopening of schools on March 8, with the aim of lifting the last restrictions at the end of June.
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