UK’s Hancock says tighter coronavirus rules ‘not imminent’
LONDON Tighter regulations further decreasing Britons’ ability to get out of as their house during the coronavirus epidemic do not happen to be likely quickly, well-being minister Matt Hancock said on Sunday, after earlier during the day alerting that her ban on outdoor fitness was possible.
“We cannot rule out further steps, but I don’t want anyone to think that any changes to the social distancing rules are imminent,” he said at a very day-to-day news seminar.
“The current rules must be followed,” he added.
British people are allowed to keep their homes for procuring, key work and fitness – when the government has claimed should be restricted by 1 hour on a daily basis – and also certain other factors.