This article was originally published in the Bromsgrove Advertiser, 26/02/2021: www.bromsgroveadvertiser.co.uk/news/19120753.letter-westminster-bromsgr…
On Monday, the Prime Minister set out the roadmap for a cautious easing of national restrictions, which will ensure we do not undo the progress we have made so far. It is right that the opening of schools from March 8 has been prioritised and I know this news will be welcomed by so many of my constituents.
With our vaccination programme already hitting significant milestones - with a third of adults having received a vaccine - the Prime Minister has announced plans to bring forward initial targets by aiming to offer a vaccine to every adult by the end of July, as well as vulnerable people in categories 1-9 by 15 April.
As a community and a country, we have made enormous sacrifices to get to this stage. As restrictions are cautiously eased, we do not want to risk this progress. I urge all residents to keep following the stay at home guidance and protect our community.
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