After three lockdowns in England, restrictions are beginning to be lifted. Right from the heart of London, Anna Senkara told what it’s like to “defrost the country”. Our reporter’s report gives hope for a return to normal life.
Great Britain lifts restrictions
To date, about 32 million British citizens have taken the first dose, and about 7 million have taken the second dose. The number of infections is gradually decreasing, so it was decided to gradually lift restrictions. On April 12, all shops, bars, gyms, swimming pools, hairdressers and manicure salons open.
England has been stuck in lockdown for three months, and this is the third lockdown. It started in January, everything has been closed since then. Looks like this is the first day to get back to normal
As the journalist explains, many people asked for a day off to shop on the day the stores opened.
London comes alive
Anna Senkara also visited Carnaby Street, a popular area of London filled with shops and pubs. – It’s perfect for a defrosting London show. In fact, everything comes to life. Shop windows have been cleaned, and some shops have stickers saying “Welcome back” – says Anna Senkara. Similar posters appear in front of bars that only operate outdoors. – There are special scales so that customers have a hygienic rest, the tables are prepared, but it is cold, so the heating lamps are equipped – the journalist says.
On May 17, the next phase of economic untangling will begin. Among other things, foreign trips will return. Anna Senkara said the complete lifting of restrictions is planned for June 21. See the full report:
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