More than 1 million people in the north and west of England are preparing to withdraw from the quarantine measures imposed for a month due to the increase in coronavirus cases.
As announced by the government, residents of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West Yorkshire will benefit from the reduction in restrictions starting Sept. 2 as infections decrease in the area.
The UK government’s latest record shows there have been 1,276 new cases and nine deaths across the country on the last day from the pandemic. This means the total number of infections since the pandemic began has risen to 331,644 and that of deaths has increased to 41,486.
Additionally, the UK’s coronavirus reproduction rate remains unchanged from last week, although it is still above 1.0, according to the Government Office for Science and the Scientific Emergency Advisory Group. .