MADRID, 22 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The UK will implement a new system of regional restrictions that is tougher than the one imposed in early autumn from December 2, when lockdown ends.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will present this new system to Parliament on Monday, as well as the Government’s plan for celebrating Christmas, as reported by British public television BBC.
The plan will be finalized in a Council of Ministers to be held this Sunday and is expected to follow the three-level alert system that existed before the lockdown, but with more restrictions per phase than previously.
Public television has also announced that on Monday an article written by the scientific board that advises the Government will be published in which it is ensured that the decisions made by the Government in the autumn were not strong enough to control the pandemic.
Among the new measures that the Government will announce, the ‘Daily Telegraph’ has assured that it will include the possibility of allowing families to meet for Christmas in a “bubble” that lasts between December 22 and 28, although restrictions will be maintained and Christmas will not be “normal”.