Hotels in England will reopen from May 17
Advice. Hotels in England will reopen from May 17, to boost domestic tourism, it will be possible to travel with friends and family, following the planned de-escalation plan supported by the positive data on the pandemic in the country. Currently more than 50% of the population has been immunised with the first dose.
In Scotland, hotels and tourist accommodation already reopened on April 26. In Wales there is no confirmed date yet, but the authorities have previously said they would consider indoor hospitality from May 17, so it could be a similar situation to England.
COVID Updated 05/11/2021 at 10:19 PM. The United Kingdom registers 20 deaths this Tuesday from coronavirus, 127,890 in total.
According to the latest data, currently in UK there are 4,312,422 active cases of COVID-19 after confirming 2,484 new positive and 40 higher medical on Tuesday. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the total number of infected has risen to 4,455,440 , with 15,128 recovered and 127,890 deaths .
Most affected places in the country
The UK regions that are being hit the hardest by the impact of the coronavirus are:
- England , with 3,878,541 infections (+2,117 new positives) and 112,263 deaths, the most affected in the country at this time.
- Scotland , with 228,078 infections (+238 new confirmed cases) and 7,661 deaths.
- Wales , with 211,961 infections (+30 new cases) and 5,557 deaths.