Lockdown may be extended to May
Ministers are said to be preparing to extend the UK lockdown into May, with advisers insisting the coronavirus peak could still be ten days away. In Wednesday’s Downing Street briefing, Chancellor Rishi Sunak refused to give any hints on if the restrictions would be eased, adding there would be a Cobra meeting to review the situation on Thursday, chaired by Dominic Raab. However, the government has reportedly been told the country’s deadliest day could be April 18, meaning that Britons will be told to stay inside until at least next month. It comes after the UK death toll jumped by 938 people in just one day – a bigger increase than on Italy’s worst day of the outbreak according to Metro News
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The government has reportedly been told the country’s deadliest day could be April 18.
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