3193517 Headlines: "end of hibernation", as scientists are urging caution
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It is no surprise that almost all of the announced on Wednesday the papers will lead to the sweeping recovery of the lockdown in England, on Tuesday, the Prime Minister . "Winter sleep," is the headline on multiple airline sheet media, including The Times . It is reported, to open pubs, hairdressers, restaurants and cinemas, and again on 4. July , if you want to be as safe. The Guardian Says The Scientists flanking Boris Johnson the last time The Daily Downing Street briefing, "sound notes of caution" with Prof Chris Whitty to say that the movement was "free of risks". Mr Johnson also said he would the debt, if the last loosening of the rules led to a resurgence of cases is reported. "So we are slowly getting Back To normal," Says The Daily Telegraph associate editor Camilla Tominey. But the reports, fitness studios, swimming pools, Nightclubs, indoor sports facilities and game sites do not yet have a date for the re-opening. And The Public was told, you still need to work from home and avoid public transportation if you can. "Cheers Boris!" is the headline on the Daily Express , Front Page , as the Prime Minister Says , "rules The Nation some much-needed Cheer " by axing most of the lockdown. The Paper Says The Announcement came More Than 100 Days after the country was first ordered to close. The Metro has a picture of a bar worker in a plastic visor with drinks, next to the headline "get the Beers!" It reports The Number of people who have died after testing positive for coronavirus increased from 17 to 42,927. "The summer is back!", the Daily Mail Says . But it is Mr Johnson's reports warned of braking that the Minister "will not hesitate, and again, Even at the national level". The Daily Star leads on a message from his "easy to sunburn reporter" in Spain, who Says the British have to face: "an el of a fight for the deck chairs" after the place on the beaches was cut to the new coronavirus is from the rules of social distance. The Financial Times leads on the arrest of Wirecard-founder Markus Braun . Prosecutors accuse Mr brown of inflating payment company Wirecard the finances appear healthier, to investors and customers.
"Cheers, Boris," "to get the Beers in" and "Summer's back" are the headlines in the Daily Express , and all three celebrate the easing of the closure in England.
The Express hopes that the larger freedoms that the people from the next month, you lead "to a brighter Britain" and some "much-needed Cheer ".
indicates that The Changes will allow the Prime Minister to have his hair cut.
the Tone is cautious, as it is the easing of the lockdown describes as a "calculated gamble, the head of economic disaster".
The Guardian and choose to highlight the health risk of the Government by a relaxation of the 2m social distancing management.
quotes Professor John Edmunds , an epidemiologist who advises, Not 10, as I said, the new "a-Meter-plus" approach runs The Risk of, "so that the Epidemic , to take the back foot". Pubs in England will be able to open it again from the 4. July
shows that Boris Johnson decided to, allegedly, for a comprehensive renewal of the Economy , despite concerns that if it goes wrong, it's Epidemic to be more difficult to recognize what changes the new.
according to the Minister, will now begin a campaign to convince people that it is safe to get out. The Paper highlighted a tweet from Chancellor Rishi Sunak , who told his followers that he couldn't wait to Drink back in the Pub , although he.
Says the easing of the closure on Awakening is "risky" - the Government is "a tightrope walk", as these changes must be accompanied by measures to prevent a recurrence of the infection.
"Farce" and "water-fun" is to prioritize the decision, hairdressers, cinemas and bingo halls, on schools, nail bars and swimming pools.
Camilla Tominey Says that characterize the attitude of the discos, Fitness Studios and water parks are Off Limits is a demonstration of Even more confusion on the part of the Government -this is something you have come to the view, Downing Street coronavirus briefings, since the "stay at home" message was deleted.
reports on the "widespread dismay" in some sports, they have not been allowed to restart, in spite of months of intensive planning.
The Chief executive of PureGym, Humphrey Cobbold, the Government asks, tell priorities on The Paper : "it is a strange war against obesity, the looks, pubs and restaurants are open, before gyms".
Swim in England has also rethink on the No 10, to. "To prove to you beyond a shadow of a doubt that it is safer in a Pub than a swimming pool, and I'm going to keep my mouth shut," is The Message from his chief executive Jane Nickerson.
It is the widespread criticism of The World 's Number One men's tennis, Novak Djokovic , after it revealed was that he had tested positive Covid-19. Djokovic, 33, said he was "deeply sorry our tournament has caused damage to"
Says that his camp has "a pounding" after his BALKAN tour through the exhibition allows players to a party in "stuffy Belgrade clubs" and ignore social distancing advice.
Mike Dickson, Says Djokovic has "trashed battered his brand", "its reputation", and for once, found himself against an opponent he could not defeat: the scientific and medical Reality .