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Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday the shops open again at 4. July and is the result of a review of the 2m social distancing, as a rule, Not says 10.
The PM to discuss England's approach to the two topics with the Covid-19 strategy Committee on Monday.
On Tuesday, he will advise Cabinet on possible changes before an update to Parliament on The Next steps of the lockdown easing.
Labour's shadow health Secretary, Jon Ashworth , said his party "would be ready, [the suggestions] carefully", but its support depend, and on other protective measures introduced.
Mr Johnson said earlier that the government "stick like glue".
When the PM announced the "timetable", He Said phase three would allow to re several pubs, restaurants, cinemas and other catering establishments-open at the beginning of July "at the earliest".2m is or is not 2m?
in the case of Some Tory MPs and members of the hospitality area were 1m appeal to the government to reduce the 2m-rule, to open as many places would not be able to otherwise.
The World health organization recommends a distance of at least 1m (just over 3ft), but the British government, apart to say the scientific advisers that 1m in addition to carries up to 10 times The Risk of 2m.
The Other Nations of the UK are yet to announce, to modify any of the plans, the 2m-distance rule.
No 10 said: "detailed instructions" would be published, for each" sector, i.e. companies, which can be opened Covid-secure" as part of a Declaration.
He will also reaffirm the commitments for the use of the NHS-to identify, Test and Trace system, and to Control local outbreaks, by "targeted locks to have".
"open the more we look, the more important it is that each of the rules of social distance.