Since July 19, shoppers have been forced to follow supermarkets and stores in the UK for more than a year.
Earlier today, Boris Johnson confirmed that from July 19, people will no longer be forced to wear face masks or socially exclude others.
These rules will extend to supermarkets and shops.
An official spokesman for the prime minister said in a statement that “we will move beyond legal restrictions on our daily lives, and we will advise people on how to manage their own and others’ safety risks.”
According to the PA, Boris Johnson described summer as “fireworks”, now instead of winter, which allows it to reopen, leading to more “difficult times” or delays until next year. ۔
“If we have already done a lot with the vaccination program to break the link between integration and death, we will not move forward,” he said.
“If we want to take advantage of all the benefits now in the summer fires, the school holidays, the fight against the virus, we will not move forward, then the question is, ‘When will we move forward?’ Especially given the possibility that the virus will have additional benefits in the colder months, autumn and winter.
“So we either run the risk of opening up at a very difficult time when the virus is on edge, benefiting in the colder months, or leaving everything until next year so I think it’s a very balanced one. The decision will be made next week. “
Supermarkets and stores can choose to have their own rules, so it is important to check before entering.
Here’s how to change the rules for buyers according to government guidelines:
- Social networking limits have been removed
There will no longer be any limits to social interaction. With six in-house rule and 30 outside rule, which eliminates limited gatherings by law.
This means that unlimited groups of people will now be able to shop together.
- Except for a few special places, the social distance is gone
The one-meter-plus rule will also be pushed to shops and supermarkets.
- Legal requirements for wearing a face mask
You no longer need to wear a face mask in all settings.
The directive will be issued and it will be suggested that people may choose to cover their face in closed and crowded places, but this will be voluntary.