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“Enjoy the summer in a safe way,” says the PM as a pub and restaurant opened in England – BBC News


Boris Johnson urged citizens to “enjoy the summer safely” as the coronavirus blockade makes it easier for the hospitality sector in England. Among the businesses that are opening for the first time in months are pubs and restaurants, as well as hairdressers. Speaking at a press conference on Downing Street, the prime minister warned that “we are not out of the woods yet.” Boris Johnson said he “would not hesitate” to reconsider the relaxation of blockade measures if the rate of infections begins. the director general of England, Professor Chris Whitty, said the virus had “gone away”. He warned that easing the blockade was “not a risk-free step” and urged citizens to follow social distance rules. In Northern Ireland, pubs, restaurants and hotels have been well received by customers, the first in the UK’s home nation, after being closed for months. Drinks can be served at indoor tables, but only with food. Tourist attractions such as museums and galleries reopen. Clive Myrie has presented at BBC News a report by political correspondent Alex Forsyth, business editor Simon Jack and Irish director Emma Vardy. Subscribe HERE .



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