Coronavirus, Wedding ceremonies for up to six people are now free in England, where the normalization process has begun.
However, the government reminded that mutations were spreading rapidly and warned the public to work from home and not to travel long distances.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, “Even if the measures are mitigated, everyone should continue to follow the rules, do not forget to wash hands and face [wash] social distance and go when you are called for vaccination.”
Prof. Chris Whitty said, “It is evident with evidence that open air is safer than indoors. It is important to remember this as we move on to the next stage.”
Schools were fully opened in the country on 8 March; open air meetings for two people were beginning to be allowed. The third stage will begin on April 12 at the earliest. At this stage, it will be served in open areas of restaurants, bars and cafes; In addition to vital ones such as markets and pharmacies, shops will also be opened.
In the country where over 30 million people had the first dose of the vaccine, 19 people died in the last 24 hours due to the coronavirus, 3,862 cases were detected.
Johnson announced that the government will establish a “Bureau of Health Promotion” by the autumn and encourage ways to protect mental health and physical activity with expenses from the ministry’s budget.