Yesterday, May 10, it was announced that in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, the number of deaths from COVID was zero.. However, it is reported that four people have died in Wales, which means that the number of deaths due to the pandemic has increased slightly throughout the UK.
What will happen in England?
In England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, the number of people who died from COVID was reported to be zero, while in Wales, four people died. So in the UK, there was an increase compared to Sunday, when only two people died.
Just as Boris Johnson has just confirmed that the UK will remove more restrictions next week. Although the UK’s COVID alert level has been reduced from level 4 to level 3 through expert advice, Which means that although the coronavirus is still spreading generally, the spread is no longer high or increasing exponentially.
On the other hand, experts pointed out that the number of COVID-related cases, hospitalizations and deaths has been reduced, and the vaccine is achieving desired results. The latest data show that one-third of adults in the UK have been fully vaccinated and two-thirds have received the first dose..
What will be the third phase of lifting the blockade of England?
According to information from British Broadcasting Corporation, This is the third phase of the government’s lifting of the blockade on England from May 17 Will include allowing groups of up to 30 people to meet outdoors and 6 people indoors.
People can also spend the night with others who are not at home, and other places such as bars, restaurants and movie theaters and play areas can also be reopened indoors.. In fact, up to 30 people are allowed to attend weddings, receptions, wake-ups and funerals.
Finally, last Friday, the English government announced that 12 destinations will be included in the green travel list, Which means that from May 17th, anyone returning from these locations will not have to self-quarantine.
*Information from British Broadcasting Corporation