Johnson introduces the outline of the new strict regulations for England and warns of a ‘New Year leap’.

Johnson introduces the outline of the new strict regulations for England and warns of a 'New Year leap'.

Despite the latest successful vaccine trials and quick tests introducing a “way out of the pandemic”, England kept the corona virus controls in place until the end of March.

As the lockdown ends on December 2, it is expected that more ranges will be established at higher levels in England than before the imposition of national restrictions.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson also said the new levels were tougher than their predecessors after government science advisers said previous rulers were not strong enough to deal with the virus.

The new measures were announced after the Oxford-AstraZeneca team announced that the vaccine was 70% effective.

Johnson, who appeared via a video link from Corona Virus Self-Insulation on Downing Street, told MPs that the three-pronged approach was distorted.

Under the new system:

– In Tier 2, alcohol should only be given in hospitality settings as part of a substantial diet.

– In Tier 3, pubs and restaurants can only provide takeaway and delivery services, while indoor entertainment, hotels and other accommodation will be closed.

Curfew will be relaxed at 10pm as final orders are now closed.

Johnson said other measures that can be simplified, such as lockdown down lifts: “From next Wednesday, people will be able to leave home for any purpose and see others in public do dodoor, subject to six rules, resuming collective worship, weddings sports toddor sportswear, and shops, personal care, g And a wide vacancy area can be reopened.

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“But without prudent precautions, the virus could spread to a winter or New Year’s Eve.”

Johnson said the series will be released Thursday in which areas.

“We expect more areas to fall, at least temporarily, to higher levels than before,” he warned.

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