UK PM sets out 'tougher' post-lockdown tiers for England

UK PM sets out 'tougher' post-lockdown tiers for England
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  • calendar-gray 24 November 2020

Gyms and non-essential shops in all parts of England will be allowed to reopen when lockdown ends next month, the prime minister has announced, APA reports citing BBC.

Boris Johnson told the Commons that the three-tiered regional measures will return from 2 December, but he added that each tier will be toughened.

Spectators will be allowed to return to some sporting events, and weddings and collective worship will resume.

Regions will not find out which tier they are in until Thursday.

The allocation of tiers will be dependent on a number of factors, including each area's case numbers, the reproduction rate - or R number - and the current and projected pressure on the NHS locally.

Tier allocations will be reviewed every 14 days, and the regional approach will last until March.

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