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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will reopen thousands of shops, department stores and shopping centers next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Monday, setting a business schedule to ease the Coronavirus blockage.
He told a press conference that from June 1, outdoor markets and care showrooms could be reopened as soon as they can meet the COVID-19 security guidelines, and all other non-essential retail stores from June 15, when the tests of the Government to be met.
"There are cautious but deliberate steps toward rebuilding our country," said Johnson.
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