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BoJo decreed the end of hibernation national in England

London Correspondent

This will be the beginning of the era of the "new normal". From 4 July, the English will be able to relive, reconnect with the cultural delights and festive. The museums and the pubs closed since mid-march - will re-open at the same time, without necessarily knowing from the outset the same crowd. This will, according to the words of Boris Johnson, the "end of a long hibernation national".

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The british prime minister announced Tuesday in front of Parliament this new step in the déconfinement, while the number of cases of contamination-related death and coronavirus continued to decline, even if the country remains the most affected region of Europe, with an official toll of more than 42,000 dead. Museums, cinemas and galleries will reopen, subject to adjustments and procedures. It is as well asked these institutions to put in place a direction of flow or of function only with reservations.

July 4, will sound the hour of the new-found freedom for pubs, restaurants, hotels, places of worship and tourist sites. For hairdressers also, the prime minister - known for his hair rebels - who said that "a haircut is awaited with almost as much impatience as a pint, especially by me." But strict measures are also imposed, such as the table service is mandatory in the places of restoration.

common sense

After a long controversy on the subject, however, the government has agreed to reverse its policy of "distancing" of two meters, denounced by all the professionals of these sectors as being impossible to apply in good economic conditions. It has been shortened to one meter. On the other hand, the gym clubs, swimming pools and nightclubs will have to wait. All shops - not just shops "vital" - had already been allowed to reopen since mid-June. At the beginning of the month, the government has also allowed some children to return to school, even if all facilities will reopen in September.

Boris Johnson has warned that he would not hesitate to "press the brakes" if the situation deteriorates.

Stressing that "the virus has not gone," the prime minister said to rely "on the good sense" of his countrymen. And warned that he would not hesitate to "press the brakes" if the situation deteriorates.

Another sign of a gradual return to the normal, the daily press conference in Downing Street about the health crisis, it will be deleted. This new step, however, England, the other three nations of the uk (Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland) are free to follow their own pace.

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pretending to Be very careful, Boris Johnson was subjected to a strong pressure from the business community but also members of the conservative party, to release more quickly the constraints and help the economy to restart. These announcements occur on the same day that fall of the encouraging figures, with a strong rebound in June the activity of the private sector and a recovery in the manufacturing industry.

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