In the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson set to back down on deconfinement

The country was expected to return to normal with the lifting of the last restrictions on June 21.

The battle of 21st June has started. This caused an uproar in the halls of Westminster and the press. On that date, the country got a “full return to normal», with the removal of the last restrictions related to the coronavirus, such as social distancing and wearing of masks. But, under pressure, Boris Johnson no longer refuses to postpone this deadline for independence. So far, the prime minister and his lieutenants have repeatedly said that there is nothing to derail the program. But the tone has changed in the last two-three days. Boris Johnson gave a very ‘Norman’ response on Wednesday, admitting that there is nothing in the current figures to suggest that the date should be pushed back, but that too on June 21 to reopen. cannot commit. The pace of opening of the borders is already slow, while the summer holidays are approaching.

Portugal’s exit from the list of “green” countries that do not require quarantine upon return is

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