The United Kingdom, one step ahead.
Almost a month after the terraces in Great Britain reopened, British bars and restaurants can now be used indoors and people can travel abroad without being subjected to any reason whatsoever.
Monday marks, in the UK, a new phase of British deconfinement.
Bars and restaurants will not be the only ones able to reopen on Monday.
Cinemas, theaters, concert halls, casinos and museums will also be able to welcome the public again, provided that a health protocol is respected.
Higher education students will now all have face-to-face lessons.
People "will be able to attend indoor and outdoor events, including live performances, sporting events and commercial events," the UK government also said on its website.
As planned in France from June 30, these events will be subject to capacity gauges.
A similar protocol will be put in place, from Monday, for funerals, until then limited to 30 people.
End of social distancing of 2 m in the private circle
Life before in Great Britain is not for now, however, rules remain in force, although relaxed. The government limits outdoor gatherings to 30 people and indoor gatherings to six people or two households. He does, however, lift the 2-meter social distancing in the family or circle of friends, but "you will be encouraged to exercise caution." The government recommends that Britons work from home as much as possible.
Deconfinement in Great Britain remains fragile, however, although the number of cases has stabilized in recent weeks on a plateau close to 2,000 new cases each day. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also warned Friday, as the Indian variant spreads in the country: “This new variant could seriously disrupt our progress and make it much more difficult to take the next step. On June 21, Britain plans to lift almost all restrictions.
The United Kingdom has crossed the mark of 20 million people fully vaccinated against Covid-19, or nearly 40% of the adult population, according to official figures released on Sunday. In detail, 20,103,658 people have received two doses of vaccine since the launch of the vaccination campaign in early December, one of the most advanced in the world, and 36,573,354 have received a single injection. For comparison, France passed the bar on Saturday of 20 million French people who received a single dose (38% of adults). On Saturday, the Directorate General of Health reported the definitive vaccination of 16.8% of the adult population.