The UK from June 21 may waive the social distance rule. This was announced by the Prime Minister of the country Boris Johnson. Since April 12, a number of restrictions have been lifted in England – non-food shops, restaurant terraces, open air pubs, beauty salons, hairdressers, gyms, libraries and zoos have opened.
At the next stage – from May 17 – pubs, restaurants, cinemas and hotels may resume work, and it is also planned to allow foreign travel.
Meanwhile, British parliamentarians are urging not to rush – and to maintain restrictions on tourist travel abroad after May 17, in order to prevent the penetration of new strains of coronavirus into the United Kingdom.