The United Kingdom has drawn up a three-stage strategy to lessen the coronavirus lockdown which was enforced at the end of March, The Times newspaper said.
The authorities must assess the lockdown by May 7 but Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made clear he is concerned about tripping another fatal spike in cases. Johnson is expected to set a strategy for leaving the lockdown on Sunday.
The first stage will involve modest shops reopening alongside outside workplaces and the next will involve big shopping centers reopening, with many more individuals invited to enter work, The Times said.
Pubs, restaurants, hotels, and leisure centers are going to be one of the last to start, the paper said.