Britain unlikely to lift coronavirus lockdown until end of May, expert

Britain unlikely to lift coronavirus lockdown until end of May, expert

Authorities in the UK said Saturday that high fatalities from the COVID-19 will continue in the country for at least another week or two even if people comply with stringent isolation measures. The UK has recorded 38,168 with 3,605 deaths. A scientist advising PM Johnson and the British government said the country could start easing restrictions by the end of May if the number of cases decline.

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