UK government and business leaders
The UK ministers have conducted a series of meetings with the business as well as union leaders in the middle of the anxiety that millions of general people will be too scared to return to the working place as the pressure is becoming intense on the UK government to release a way out of the lockdown.
They told the Guardian that both sides of the industry had been formulated into seven sector-by-sector meetings held by the business secretary named Alok Sharma in these days after the fear arose in the Whitehall. The anxiety was that several employees might not want to go back to the workplace, even if the UK government gives the green signal.
Proper measures under discussion should include the utilization of the face masks as well as hand sanitizer on the public transport one-in-one-out rules. Also, there should be socially distanced queues for all non-essential shops. Some construction projects that had been halted because of the spread of the virus has already begun again.
The urge of the UK government
Boris Johnson advised Tory colleagues to press for an emergency end to the lockdown to – contain the impatience in Downing Street address on the first day back at his work since the death toll in the UK because of the virus has passed around 21,000.
The prime minister highlighted that the country had the chance to overcome the outbreak, but had been at the period of maximum risk. He also pledged to fire up those engines of that vast UK economy as soon as that was safe to do.
Yet, since the beginning of the outbreak, both teams have been involved closely in drawing up the chancellor named Rishi Sunak’s economic rescue bundle, they are now assisting in preparing the ground for what Boris Johnson called refining of the COVID-19 lockdown.