PRIME Minister Boris Johnson announced that the UK-wide lockdown would be eased Sunday, as infection figures declined across the country.
He will present his government’s strategy to ease lockdown measures at the House of Commons tomorrow.
The UK is one of the hardest-hit countries by COVID-19 and has been in lockdown since March 23.
Boris Johnson was himself infected by the virus and has just recently returned to work.
According to statistics released by the British government, as of Sunday, 215,260 people have been registered as COVID-19 positive, while 31,587 have died with the virus.