Three months after the bloc was enacted, the Prime Minister has announced that he will ease the rules in England from next month. These are changes in social distance, as well as the reopening of pubs, restaurants, hairdressers, hotels and campsites. But some experts have warned that relaxation could lead to a new wave of infection, and said an effective track and tracing system is essential. In England from July 4, it must be seen that the rule of a social distance of 2 meters is possible as far as possible. Although not for people, it is recommended to keep a distance of one meter from others, such as face masks. People in England can go out and socialize in pubs and restaurants, as well as stay in hotels and campsites. Beauty salons and hairdressers will reopen and outdoor gyms, playgrounds and theme parks will also be reopened. Other venues that have opened in England include cinemas, museums and galleries. However, some places will remain closed, including nightclubs, indoor gyms and swimming pools. It means thousands of businesses in England have just 11 days to reopen. In addition, there will be strict new rules to protect customers. Huw Edwards reports on BBC News at Ten News political editor Laura Kuenssberg, business editor Simon Jack, science editor David Shukman and health editor Hugh Pym. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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