The ‘Covid-19 passport’ has begun to arrive in the UK

There must be a document attesting that a person has been vaccinated, has recently tested negative or has contracted the virus in the past six months to reach highly crowded areas of the UK. Full-scale tests will be conducted in the coming weeks. Much to the dissatisfaction of some MPs and journalists.

So far, so good. Given the good pace of immunization (412,642 doses per day on average) and the steady decline in the number of daily cases that have categorically decreased to below 5,000, the British Prime Minister confirmed on Monday April 5th the move to the phase. 2 of deconfinement in England (other countries in the UK define their own roadmap).

Starting next Monday, April 12th, bars, pubs and restaurants will once again be able to accommodate customers in their outdoor spaces while non-essential stores, gyms and hairdressers will be allowed to reopen. News that a large part of the press received with satisfaction, as evidenced by this “Cheers!” Launched in one by tabloid Daily expression.

Physical distancing

Other newspapers, on the other hand, are less enthusiastic. During his press conference, Boris Johnson warned of life returning to normal ‘He was still far away’. Including after June 21, the date of the fourth and final stage of deconfinement in


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