UK announces lifting of Krona sanctions
The British government has announced that it will lift the ban on the global coronavirus from July 19.
According to a report by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the ban on wearing masks in Britain will be lifted from July 19, but it will be possible to wear it on a voluntary basis.
He said the one-meter social distance requirement imposed by Corona and the ban on meeting only six people in homes had also been lifted.
All businesses and nightclubs will be open in the UK after July 19, and the requirement to work from home will be abolished.
“We have to learn to live with Karuna and people have to make their own decisions to stay safe from the virus,” he said.
Earlier, more than 113,000 deaths from the corona virus had been recorded in the UK since last year.
It should be noted that the corona vaccination has almost been completed in the UK.
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