Easter Monday may start in Britain with good news, as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce a return to normal cycling in mid-April, a tentative test of reopening mass events.
The “rehearsals”, which have not been announced yet but have been broadcast in the British press, are scheduled to take place at Wembley Stadium, Liverpool, the BBC and Sky News.
At Wembley, Leicester City and Southampton will play in the Challenge Cup Soccer semi-final on April 18th, and Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur will compete in the Carabao Cup Final on April 25, and finally the same on May 15. The FA Cup final will be held.
The matches will be open goalkeepers, so that they can be visited by those who have already been vaccinated, and they can also prove this with the vaccine passports that will be presented soon.
Presumably, this is how the British government wants to verify the effectiveness of vaccination and whether vaccination can clear the way before the summer. Re-start Mass events.
Liverpool is the other test zone. In the northwestern England city, visitors will be accepted at four cultural and business events with coronavirus testing before and after the events. Here, they will consider measures that can be taken to restart the mass events. SkyNews writes that it will focus on ventilation and pre-set entry and exit points.
Additionally, two other events gained a pilot advantage: the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield at the end of April, and the Running event in Hertfordshire.
The British attempt is not new, among other things The Catalans They are also on the verge of launching mass events.
It is reported that Johnson will also give the green light for summer vacations abroad.
The target countries will be categorized into three colors based on the incidence and vaccination rate, red, yellow and green based on the so-called traffic light system. It goes without saying that British tourists traveling to and from the green countries will not have to quarantine.
In any case, the British government maintains that no one should book accommodation abroad at this time.
Whatever happens from this will be revealed in Boris Johnson’s announcement.