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There we go.
That is what we are expecting from the British Prime Minister.
On, as I say, we will be joined by all our viewers around the world on indeed, on BBC one for this televised address.
It is now almost two months since the people of this country began to put up with restrictions on their freedom your freedom of a kind that we have never seen before in peace or war.
And you have shown the good sense to support those rules.
Overwhelmingly, you've put up with all the hardships of that program of social distancing.
Because you understand that as things that and is the experience of every other country, has shown its the only way to defeat the Corona virus, the most vicious threat.
This country is based in my lifetime.
And though the death toll has bean tragic and the suffering in nets on, though, we grieve for all those we have lost.
It is a fact that by adopting those measures, we prevented this country from being engulfed by what could it be a catastrophe in which the reasonable, worst case scenario was half a 1,000,000 fatalities, and it's thanks to your effort and sacrifice in stopping the spread of this disease that the death rate is coming down and hospital admissions are coming down on thanks to you, we protected our NHS and saved many thousands of lives.
And so I know you know that it would be madness now to throw away that achievement by allowing a second spike, we must stay alert.
We must continue to control the virus and save lives.
And yet we must also recognize that this campaign against the virus has come it colossal cost to our way of life.
We can see it all around us in the shuttered shops and abandoned businesses and darkened pubs on restaurants.
And there are millions of people who are both fearful of this terrible disease and at the same time also fifth of what this long period of enforced in activity will do to their livelihoods on their mental and physical well being to their futures in the futures of their Children.
So I want to provide tonight for you the shape of a plan to address both fears both to beat the virus and provide the first sketch of a road map for reopening society a sense of the way ahead and when and how and on what basis we will take the decisions to proceed.
I'll be setting out more details in parliament tomorrow and taking questions from the public in the evening.
I've consulted across the political spectrum across a lot.
Four nations of the UK and the different parts of the country are experiencing the pandemic at different rates and though it's right to be flexible in our response, I believe that as prime minister of the United Kingdom, Scotland, England, Wales northern, our there is a strong resolve to defeat this together on today, a general consensus on what we could do.
I stress food because although we have a plan, it is a conditional plan and since our priority is to protect the public and save lives, we cannot move forward.
Unless we satisfy the five tests, we must protect our NHS.
We must see sustained fools in the death threat.
We must see sustained and considerable fools in the rate of infection.
We must sort out our challenges in getting enough PPE to the people who need it.
And yes, it's a global problem, but we must fix it.
And last We must make sure that any measures we take do not force the reproduction rate of the disease.
The law back up over one so that we have the kind of exponential growth we were facing a few weeks ago.
And to chart our progress and to avoid going back to square one, we're establishing a new co vid alert system run by a new joint biosecurity center on that coded alert level will be determined primarily by our on the number of Corona virus cases and in turn, that Kobe, the alert level will tell us how tough we have to be in our social distancing measures.
The lower the level, the few of the measures, the higher the level, the tougher and stricter we will have to be.
There will be five alert levels.
Level one means the disease is no longer present in the UK on level five is the most critical the kind of situation we could have had if the NHS had been overwhelmed over the period of the lock down.
We've seen in level four and it's thanks.
Tow your sacrifice.
We're now in a position to begin to move in steps to level three.
And as we go, everyone will have a role to play in keeping the ardor by staying alert and following the rules and to keep pushing the number of infections done, There are two more things we must do.
We must reverse rapidly the awful epidemics in care homes and in the NHS on though the numbers are coming down sharply now there is plainly much more to be done.
And if we're to control this virus, then we must have a world beating system, the testing potential victims and for tracing their contacts.
So that all told, we're testing literally hundreds of thousands of people every day.
We've made fast progress on testing, but there is so much more to do now.
And we can.
When this began, we hadn't seen this disease before and we didn't fully understand its effects with every day we're getting more and more data were shining the light of science on this invisible killer, and we will pick it up where it strikes because our new system will be able in time to detect local flare ups in your area as well as giving us a national picture.
And yet, when I look at where we are tonight.
We have the are below one between 0.5 point nine, but potentially only just below one.
And though we have made progress in satisfying at least some of the conditions I have given, we have by no means fulfill all of them.
And so, no, this is not the time simply to end the lock down this week.
Instead, we're taking the first careful steps to modify our measures.
On the first step is a change of emphasis that we hope that people will act on this week, we said that you should work from home if you can, and only get a work if you must.
We now need to stress that anyone who can't work from home, for instance, those in construction or manufacturing should be actively encouraged to go to work, and we want it to be safe for you to get to work.
So you should avoid public transport if it all possible, because we must and will maintain social distancing and capacity will therefore be limited.
So work from home if you can, but you should go to work if you can't work from her and to ensure your safe at work.
We've been working to establish new guidance for employers to make workplaces coded secure on when you do go to work, if possible, do so by car, or even better, by walking or bicycle.
But just as with workplaces, public transport operators will also be following coverted secure standards.
And from this Wednesday, we want to encourage people to take more and even unlimited amounts about outdoor exercise.
You can sit in the sun in your local park.
You can drive to other destinations.
You can even play sports only with members of your own hustle.
You must obey the rules on social distancing and to enforce those rules.
We will increase the fines for the small minority who break them.
And so every day with ever increasing data, we will be monitoring.
The are on the number of new infections and the progress we're making.
And if we as a nation begin to fulfill the conditions I have set out in the next few weeks and months, we may be able to go further in step two at the earliest.
By June 1st.
After half term, we believe we may be in a position to begin the phased reopening of shops and to get primary pupils back into schools in stages, beginning with reception Year one and yes, six.
Our ambition is that secondary pupils facing exams next year will get a least sometime with their teachers before the holidays.
More shortly.
Be setting out detailed guidance on how to make it work in schools and shops, but on transport and step three at the earliest by July and subject toe Aled These conditions and further scientific advice.
If and only if the number supported, we will hope to reopen at least some of the hospitality industry and other public places provided they're safe and enforce social distancing.
Throughout this period of the next two months, we will be driven not by mere hope, economic necessity.
We're gonna be driven by the science that data on public health and I must stress again that all of this is conditional.
It all depends on a series of big ifs.
It depends on all of us, the entire country to follow the advice to observe social distancing and to keep that are down.
Andi, To prevent reinfection from abroad, I'm serving notice that it will soon be the time with transmission significantly lower to impose quarantine on people coming into this country by air.
And it's because of your efforts to get the are down and the number of infections down here, that this measure will not be effective.
And of course, we'll be monitoring our progress locally, regionally and nationally.
And if there are outbreaks, if there are problems, we will not hesitate to put on the brakes.
We've been through the initial peak, but it's coming down the mountain that is often mawr dangerous.
We have a route when we have a plan on.
Everyone in government has the or consuming pressure and challenge to save lives, restore livelihoods and gradually restore the freedoms that we need.
But in the end, this is a plan that everyone must make work on.
When I look at what you've done already, the patients and common sense, you've shown the fortitude of the elderly whose isolation we all want to end as fast as we can.
The incredible bravery and hard worker, our NHS staff are care workers, the devotion and self sacrifice of ALS, those in every walk of life who are helping us to beat this disease, police, bus drivers, praying drivers, pharmacist, supermarket workers, road hauliers been collected cleaners, security guards, postal workers, our teachers and 1000 more the scientists who are working around the clock to find a vaccine.
When I think of the millions of everyday acts of kindness and thoughtfulness that are being performed across this country and that have helped to get us through this first phase, I know that we can use this plan to get us through the next.
And if we can't do it by those dates on, if the alert level won't allow it, we will simply wait and go on until we've got it right.
We will come back from this devilish illness.
We will come back to health and robust health.
And there the U.
Will be changed.
By this experience, I believe we could be stronger and better than ever before.
More resilient, more innovative, more economically dynamic, but also more generous.
I'm more Sherry, but for now we will stay a lot, control the virus and save lives.
Thank you very much.


Boris Johnson unveils alert system for England - BBC News

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