Robert Jenrick, the UK community secretary, suggested that coronavirus control measures in England, such as the legal requirement to wear face covers in closed public settings, would be left to personal choice after the final stage of the roadmap. .
“We are confident that the British public will exercise good judgment, people will come to different conclusions as you say,” Jenrick told the BBC’s Andrew Marr program.
In England, there has been much debate about what the rules will / should look like as of July 19, the date set for the final easing of restrictions, with much speculation that some would remain in place. It looks like the data is in the right place, “said Jenrick.” It is not translating into serious illness and death. “