Sandra Brown 11/23/2020
England lifts national quarantine, leaving regional restrictions
The national quarantine in England, which took effect on November 5, will not be extended and will end on December 2, as originally planned. This was announced on Monday, speaking in parliament, by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
вЂњRestrictions in England will end on December 2 and will not be extended,вЂќ he said. The head of government noted that the quarantine will be replaced by the three-stage system of local restrictive measures, which was in force in October.
Currently in England, home to 84% of the population of the 66 million UK, pubs, bars, restaurants, hairdressers, cinemas, sports clubs, and shops are closed, except for those that sell food and essentials.
TAGS: BORIS JOHNSON, BRITAIN, QUARANTINE, CORONAVIRUS