No delay in lifting the lockdown due to vaccine shortages, Boris Johnson swears

Boris Johnson pledged that there would be no delay in the planned lifting of lockdown restrictions in England due to lack of vaccine supplies in April.

The prime minister spoke after it was revealed an order by regional NHS leaders not to book healthy children under 40 to beat until May.

The prime minister rejected suggestions that halting the immunization program would force him to slow down the “road map” for lifting restrictions, which is expected to be completed on June 21.

At a press conference at 10 Downing Street, he said: “There is no change in the next steps of the roadmap …

Our progress on the path to freedom continues unchecked. We’re on the right track to picking up the things we love, seeing our families and friends again, returning to local bars, gyms, sports facilities and of course our stores.

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