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    Boris Johnson hopes for Christmas 'normality' in next stages of COVID-19 plan

    Employees will no longer be encouraged to work from home as part of plans for a “significant return to normality” by Christmas. Boris Johnson said anyone may use public transport from today, while advice for employers will change from 1 August. Indoor performances and events in sports stadiums will be trialled in August, with a view to social distance guidelines…

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    COVID-19 UK: Lockdown set to be eased over Christmas

    The Prime Minister is set to announce plans to suspend COVID-19 restrictions during the Christmas period to allow families to get together. Boris Johnson is aiming for a UK-wide relaxation of the rules, reportedly from 22 to 28 December, so that several families can join in one “bubble”. A tougher three-tiered system of local restrictions will also come into force…

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    England to enter second lockdown from Thursday

    Boris Johnson has announced plans for a month-long lockdown in England from Thursday until 2 December. Pubs and restaurants will close except for takeaways, along with non-essential shops and entertainment venues. Different households will be banned from mixing, although support bubbles and childcare bubbles will remain. #COVID19 #coronavirus #UK SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us on…

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    Coronavirus: PM extends furlough scheme as he tells England to 'stay home'

    Pubs, bars, restaurants and non-essential retail will close from Thursday for four weeks across England, with furlough payments at 80% extended for the duration of the new measures. Unlike during the first lockdown, schools, universities and nurseries will remain open. The Prime Minister brushed off criticism that he was too slow to follow the scientific advice and should have implemented…

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