The strict quarantine regime in the UK will last strictly until December 2 and will not be extended.
This was announced by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, according to The Guardian.
According to him, the quarantine restrictions are about to expire and the government “has a deadline and a goal: to develop solutions (to fight against COVID-19) that did not exist before.”
As you know, quarantine measures in Britain include:
— the closure of pubs, restaurants, and non-food stores. With the preservation of the sale of food to go and delivery;
— a ban on leaving home unless absolutely necessary.
Earlier it was reported that thousands of surgeries were canceled in UK hospitals in order to leave free beds for patients with COVID-19.