The British Government has announced that it will be reopening cinemas, art galleries and museums by July 4th, 2020.
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson revealed that the reopening will commence as the country begins it’s next phase of easing the coronavirus lockdown, as infection and death rates continued to slow.
He however added that Venues will be asked to introduce social distancing measures including one-way systems, spaced queuing, increased ventilation.
Sources say that the Prime Minister might unveil the changes in a statement to parliament on Tuesday, and say whether hairdressers, places of worship, pubs, and restaurants will also be allowed to open.
Britain’s coronavirus outbreak has been the deadliest in Europe, but stay-at-home orders imposed in late March are slowly being eased as infection rates fall.