The UK government could introduce specific geographic measures to combat the coronavirus, such as quarantining certain cities if the relaxation of the coronavirus restrictions leads to an increase in infection, UK Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday. .
Lacking the impending equilibrium this afternoon, the UK authorities reported 215 coronavirus deaths this Saturday that have been recorded in the last 24 hours, for a total of 38,376 deaths.
However, Raab defended the decision to allow open-air meetings in the face of criticism from some scientific advisors, although he accepted that this was a “delicate and dangerous moment”.
Among the new relief measures that will come into effect on Monday, the UK government will allow groups of up to six people to meet outside.