UK Times says UK Prime Minister Johnson is considering a 4-week delay to re-opening

The prospect of a longer wait for the end of coronavirus restrictions in the UK has been doing the rounds for weeks,

UK TImes latest piece on it:

Ministers are considering delaying the end of coronavirus restrictions for a month to give businesses “certainty” and allow more time for people to receive two vaccinations, The Times has been told.

Plans are being discussed for either a two-week or a four-week delay to the final easing of restrictions on June 21, if the Indian variant of the coronavirus continues to lead to a significant rise in infections and hospital admissions.

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