The UK’s coronavirus lockdown looks set to be extended as Brits hunker down for the long haul. Drastic limits on leaving your home will be reviewed by April 16 – but it’s clear they won’t be lifted. As coronavirus deaths continue to rocket, they will probably drift on into May at least. A meeting of the COBRA emergency committee today kicked off the process of working out what to do next, chaired by Boris Johnson’s deputy Dominic Raab. But the government isn’t planning to actually tighten the law – yet. Instead the focus will be on enforcing the law we already have and making it last longer. Meanwhile police are preparing for a tough Easter weekend – with threats to search people’s shopping and fine anyone going to bask in the sun. So what can and can’t you do under the lockdown law, what is changing, and when will it all end? Here’s the lockdown latest explained. What are the basic lockdown rules? You cannot leave the house where you live “without reasonable excuse”. That boils down to: Shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, which must be as infrequent as possible One form of exercise a day,… Read full this story
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