The UK may need to choose to keep pubs open or allow schools to reopen it if it wants to keep coronavirus infection rates low, a key member of the team advising the government on Covid-19’s response to the media reported. Britons.
“By closing some of the other networks, some of the other activities may be needed to allow us to open schools. It could be a question of who you trade against each other and so it’s a matter of priority. Do we think pubs are more important than schools? “Professor Graham Medley, who chairs the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) subgroup on pandemic modeling, said on BBC radio Saturday.
Pubs were allowed to reopen across the UK on July 4th.
“I think we are in a situation where most people think that opening schools is a priority for children’s health and well-being,” said Medley.
On Fridays: Prime Minister Boris Johnson said England would “push the brake pedal” at the next stage of reopening, in an attempt to slow rising rates of coronavirus infection.
New restrictions were announced for northern England late Thursday in an attempt to “stop the spread of Covid-19”. Across the country, some places that should have reopened on Saturday – including casinos, allied bowling alleys, ice rinks and “the remaining close contact services – will remain closed until at least August 15th.