England’s lockdown easing on 21 June likely to be delayed by up to four weeks

Monday’s announcement will come as coronavirus case are rising at fastest rate since second wave

The lifting of all lockdown restrictions in England is likely to be delayed for up to a month from the planned date of 21 June, government sources have told the Guardian.

It comes as coronavirus cases in England are rising at their fastest rate since the winter wave.

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