Corona sanctions: The British Prime Minister gave good news to the citizens
LONDON: The British government has temporarily eased the concerns of citizens over the Corona sanctions, which citizens have welcomed.
The UK has partially reopened pubs and restaurants, easing restrictions on the corona virus in a bid to restore normalcy.
According to a foreign news agency, Louis Porter, owner of The Crown Inn restaurant in Oscar, London, said that it was great to see everyone again.
Indoor gyms, swimming pools, libraries and zoo doors have also been opened. A year later, preparations are underway in mosques for the arrival of Ramadan this week. Last year, Muslim gatherings were banned due to the Corona epidemic.
Zara Muhammad, secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, told the media that the resumption of prayers in Ramadan, while adhering to the principle of social distance, would give believers a new hope.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the easing of sanctions “a major step towards freedom.” “I’m sure it will be a great relief for business people whose businesses have been closed for a long time,” he said.
“It’s an opportunity for everyone to do again all of the things we like and miss,” he added.
It may be recalled that the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had announced a roadmap in this regard by deciding to phase out the lockdown due to Corona virus.
In a press conference Monday, Boris Johnson said that the goals set in the second phase have been achieved and that the epidemic is being relaxed.
He said that from March 12, the provision of gym, hairdresser shops and open space food and beverage facilities will be allowed.
He said that after reviewing the epidemic data, he felt that these changes were correct. Outdoor activities are still banned in the UK to prevent the spread of the virus.