British media reported that Prime Minister Boris Johnson will set a five-degree warning system for the Corona virus emerging in England on Sunday when he explains the government's plans to gradually start easing public isolation measures.
Johnson is scheduled to deliver a speech at 18 GMT, during which he will announce the next steps in Britain's battle against the pandemic that led to the imposition of general isolation measures that halted almost entirely economic activities and kept millions in their homes for nearly seven weeks.
The media said that Johnson will announce the details of a five-degree warning system for England ranging from green, the first level to the red, and the fifth level, to determine the extent of risk from Covid-19 in different regions to allow the government to increase restrictions in places where this is required.
The rest of the United Kingdom, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, has powers to define general isolation measures, but it is expected to remain generally consistent with what the government declares in England.
Color discrimination systems are already used in other countries as they begin to reduce isolation measures, including France and India.