'One-metre plus’ rule could be ditched on June 21st, says Boris Johnson
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There is a “good chance” the one-metre plus rule for social distancing can be ditched next month, Boris Johnson said.
The final decision on whether the change can be brought in from June 21 will depend on the data, the Prime Minister added.
It comes as the Prime Minister gave his clearest signal that international travel will resume from May 17, but warned the Government will remain “cautious” to avoid an “influx” of cases.
The Prime Minister was pressed on the subject of travel during a campaign visit to Hartlepool on Monday, two weeks before the planned introduction of a new traffic lights scheme for foreign travel under the UK’s road map to end lockdown restrictions.
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