The newspaper "The Times" said that Britain had developed a three-stage plan to ease the measures of general isolation imposed by the end of March to contain the outbreak of the Corona virus emerging.
The government should review the measures by May 7, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made clear he is concerned about a second wave of HIV infections.
According to the newspaper, the first stage will include the reopening of small stores in addition to the open workplaces, while the second stage will include the reopening of large shopping centers, while encouraging more people to go to work.
The "Times" said that bars, restaurants, hotels and entertainment centers will be among the last places that will resume its activities.
Britain has become the first European country to cross the threshold of 30,000 deaths from the emerging corona virus, and the second most affected country by the global epidemic after the United States, according to official statistics published on Tuesday.
The weekly figures from the various regional statistics agencies in the country indicated 32,313 deaths, with Covid 19-years, according to death certificates, in an outcome that exceeds those recorded in Italy.