UK Permits to Travel Abroad Again | Coronavirus | DW

On Monday (05.17.2021), the country begins a third new step in de-escalation, despite the authorities’ concern about the expansion of the Indian variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, especially in northern England.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked last night for a “dose of caution” in the face of the resurgence of social contacts, saying that “everyone should contribute” to preventing the spread and remembering the message of “hands, face, space. The air. Is cool.”

British Airways chief executive Sean Doyle said on Monday, in an interview with the BBC from London’s Heathrow Airport, that the pandemic was “cruel to our people”.

He added, “It is wonderful to see all of our employees again today, who wish to welcome our customers and are happy to be part of the aviation rebuilding.”

In England, pubs, bars and restaurants will be able to serve their customers at home, while people from two different families will be able to meet inside, with a maximum of six, while museums, cinemas, theaters and sports stadiums will reopen. And children’s playgrounds and hotels.

In Scotland, people will be able to meet inside, with a maximum of six, while bars and restaurants are allowed to serve alcohol indoors until 9:30 pm GMT.

As in England, cinemas, theaters and game centers will be able to reopen from Monday in Scotland, but they will only be able to accommodate up to a maximum of 100 people.

In Wales, indoor ‘bars’ and restaurants will also reopen, hotels, cinemas, museums and galleries will be active again, while Northern Ireland will review its reservation rules on May 20. (EFE).

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