The UK will be lifting the restrictions on restaurants, pubs, and hotels from July 4, as well as drop some social distancing mandates, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, said on Tuesday. The UK would ease restrictions on hotels, bed and breakfasts, and campsites. All Restaurants and pubs will be limited to indoor table service maintaining proper social distances.

PM Boris Johnson Said: “After the toughest restrictions in peacetime history, we are now able to make life easier for people to see more of their friends and families and to help businesses get back on their feet and get people to get back into work,”. Also, He Added “the virus has not gone away… As we have seen in other countries, there will be flare-ups for which local measures will be needed and we will not hesitate to apply the brakes and reintroduce restrictions even at [a] national level if required. There is only one certainty: the fewer social contacts you have, the safer you will be,”

Currently, the UK has recorded over 300,000 cases of coronavirus and more then42,900 people have died. Regular flights are operating via different airlines on different routes. Anyone traveling inside the UK has to mandatory take two weeks of home quarantine. However travelers from Ireland, the Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man, however, are exempt from 14 days quarantine.

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