LONDON (UK) – Britain’s government is hoping that it can meet its target for rolling out coronavirus vaccines and that it might consider easing lockdown restrictions by March.
“What we want to do is get out of this national lockdown as soon as possible,” Raab told in an interview.
“By early spring, hopefully by March, we’ll be in a position to make those decisions. I think it’s right to say we won’t do it all in one big bang. As we phase out the national lockdown, I think we’ll end up phasing through a tiered approach.”