Calls for the UK to end all remaining lockdown bans that are growing after public health officials for the first time since the start of the pandemic recorded zero deaths for the previous day.
That was the first time since March 7 last year that no one had died in the UK from COVID-19 in a 24-hour period.
Business groups have spearheaded the lawsuit for earlier opening as well, but British PM Boris Johnson says he will not make a decision to end the lockdown until he has been fully briefed on the dangers of the Indian COVID-19 race. spreading rapidly in the UK.
The hospitality UK, which represents about 85,000 places, is said to lose jobs if there is a delay in the end of the lockdown measures, while survey data from the Night Time Industries Association suggests a future nine out of 10 nightlife businesses are under threat after more than a year of implemented closures.
The spread of the newly named Delta strain is the only obstacle that could delay UK plans for the opening. It has spread across the UK and the number of daily COVID cases has risen upwards over the past two weeks, raising concerns over whether a second summer could be lost for Britain’s tourism industry. – READ MORE
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