BRITS have been warned that full, restrictive lockdown measures could be brought back again over fears of a second peak.
Images of people crowding beaches and parks to enjoy the sunny weather prompted Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jenny Harries to warn: “This is a really, really critical time. The public really, really need to stick to [government guidelines].
Sage documents have warned the country risks seeing a second peak of coronavirus over fears the easing of restrictions has come too soon.
Meanwhile, millions of vulnerable people can now venture outdoors again after experts ruled there is now just a 1,000-to-one chance of them catching coronavirus.
It came as the UK’s coronavirus death toll hit 39,045 on Monday after 111 more deaths were recorded in the previous 24 hours.
Elsewhere, some primary school kids returned to classrooms yesterday in a phased reopening of schools which will see older students go back on June 15.
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