Lockdown end: Boris Johnson warns easing to be ‘cautious and prudent’ to avoid new spike

Boris Johnson suggests ‘route’ out of lockdown

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Boris Johnson visited a mass vaccination centre in Cwmbran, South Wales today and discussed how the Government would start to bring the country back to normal.

Mr Johnson agreed with comments made by the Science and Technology Committee that unlocking the country should be based on “data, not dates” which was reiterated by Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi earlier this week during a coronavirus media round. 

Mr Johnson said: “I do think that’s absolutely right.

“That’s why we’ll be setting out what we can on Monday about the way ahead and it’ll be based firmly on a cautious and prudent approach to coming out of lockdown in such a way to be irreversible.

“We want to be going one way from now on, based on the incredible vaccination rollout that you’re seeing in Cwmbran.”

The Government is planning on unveiling its roadmap out of lockdown on February 22 and will reveal the earliest dates for when sectors can reopen. 


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