The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, on Monday will outline the government’s plans for a second national shutdown on December 2, outlining what is expected of a strong system for the country.
“The prime minister will get more details tomorrow on the next steps and the fight against the disease,” Sunak told Sky News.
“The good news is, we will lift national restrictions on December 2, as the prime minister said earlier this month,” he added.
According to the Chancellor, the Prime Minister is expected to chair a cabinet meeting on Sunday afternoon to “discuss the details of high-level access” in the UK.
“We will return to a dump system, which is a better way to solve this problem using locally available methods,” Sunak said.
While the Chancellor declined to comment on the 10pm extension of the hotel reception, government sources said Sunday that the ban would be extended from 1am to 11pm as part of the government’s plan to exit the blockade.
The source added that on Monday, the British Scientific Advisory Group (SAGE) was also expected to release documents showing that the previous restrictions were not effective, the source added.
It comes just one week after Dr. Susan Hopkins from the UK Dr.
“We recognize that moving into the country has had different effects in each region,” the British medical adviser said Monday.
“We have been hit hardest by Tier 1 and I think when we look at what the future holds, we will have to think about reinforcements to get us through the winter months,” she added.