1. Coronavirus: Some social distancing to remain in place until Covid-19 vaccine found, Gove says  The Independent
  2. UK coronavirus live: Gove reveals testing way below 100,000 daily target - as it happened  The Guardian
  3. Boris Johnson 'to set out plan for leaving lockdown next week'  Metro.co.uk
  4. Social distancing to remain until coronavirus vaccine developed, says Gove  Yahoo News UK
  5. Labour urges Government to 'get ahead of the game' on plans for public wearing face masks  Evening Standard
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Some level of social distancing will remain until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed, even though the government is working to restore people’s lives to “as close to normal as possible”, Michael Gove has said. Mr Gove warned that people would have to live with “some degree of constraint” for many months and suggested the British public would have to accept a “new normal”Some level of social distancing will remain until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed, even though the government is working to restore people’s lives to “as close to normal as possible”,

Coronavirus: Some social distancing to remain in place until Covid-19 vaccine found, Gove says | The Independent

Boris Johnson will set out a plan for easing the UK's lockdown restrictions next week, Michael Gove has said.The plan will 'explain how we can get our economy moving and how we can get our children back to school', Michael Gove said.

Boris Johnson 'to set out plan for leaving lockdown next week' | Metro News

Saturday's figure was the first time the number of tests per day has dipped below the 100,000 target set by Matt Hancock - amid a row over how the target was hit in the first place Saturday's figure was the first time the number of tests per day has dipped below the 100,000 target set by Matt Hancock - amid a row over how the target was hit in the first place

Coronavirus tests drop to 76,496 two days after hitting 100k target - Mirror Online

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“186,000 people tested positive for coronavirus! We are heading towards being the worst country in Europe for deaths from coronavirus! @michaelgove @BBCNews”

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“Michael Gove describes the app for tracking and tracing coronavirus cases as “only one arrow in the quiver””

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THE easing of lockdown restrictions must be done in a "cautious fashion", cabinet office minister Michael Gove has said.THE easing of lockdown restrictions must be done in a "cautious fashion", cabinet office minister Michael Gove has said.

Lockdown must be eased in 'cautious fashion', says Michael Gove | South Wales Argus

Ministers have been urged to "get ahead of the game" by assuring the public about what their plans are for stockpiling face masks before lockdown measures are eased.  Labour has written to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove urging that ministers learn from past mistakes in their response to the coronavirus pandemic.Ministers have been urged to "get ahead of the game" by assuring the public about what their plans are for stockpiling face masks before lockdown measures are eased.  Labour has written to the

Labour urges Government to 'get ahead of the game' on plans for public wearing face masks | London Evening Standard

The UK government was preparing to announce steps that could allow some business to resume, as pressure mounted over the country’s staggering death toll and the lockdown’s impact on the economy.The UK government was preparing to announce steps that could allow some business to resume, as pressure mounted over the country’s staggering death toll and the lockdown’s impact on the economy.

Some form of social distancing to remain in force, says Gove Some form of social distancing to remain in force, says Gove

Coronavirus restrictions could become 'new normal' until vaccine found - Liverpool Echo

CABINET minister Michael Gove has said that Boris Johnson will next week set out a plan on how the UK will see an easing of lockdown restrictions. News ArticleCABINET minister Michael Gove has said that Boris Johnson will next week set out a plan on how the UK will see an easing of lockdown restrictions. News Article

Boris Johnson to Announce Plan Next Week to Ease UK Lockdown says Minister Michael Gove - Euro Weekly News Spain UK News Article

It comes as the number of tests carried out in the last 24 hours fell to 76,496.It comes as the number of tests carried out in the last 24 hours fell to 76,496.

Social distancing to remain until coronavirus vaccine developed, says Gove

The announcement was made at today's Downing Street coronavirus briefing The announcement was made at today's Downing Street coronavirus briefing

Boris Johnson will announce 'comprehensive plan" for ending lockdown this week - Leicestershire Live

SOME social distancing measures will remain in place until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed but ministers will seek to restore people’s… SOME social distancing measures will remain in place until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed but ministers will seek to restore people’s…

Social distancing to remain until coronavirus vaccine developed | Gazette

LOCKDOWN measures could be tightened in areas where infections rise under a “whack-a-mole” strategy to slowly ease restrictions. Boris Johnson will address the nation next Sunday to exp…

Coronavirus lockdown could be tightened in areas where infections rise after restrictions eased, Michael Gove says – The Sun

Watch the government's coronavirus daily public briefing.Watch the government's coronavirus daily public briefing.

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The number of daily tests being carried out for coronavirus in the UK has fallen to below 80,000, new figures show.The number of daily tests being carried out for coronavirus in the UK has fallen to below 80,000, new figures show.

Fall in the number of daily coronavirus tests in the UK | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News | Eastern Daily Press

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Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove, has said the Prime Minister will be revealing more plans for a way out of lockdown later this week. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove, has said the Prime Minister will be revealing more plans for a way out of lockdown later this week.

Boris Johnson to unveil plans for way out of coronavirus lockdown later this week, says Gove | Latest Suffolk and Essex News | East Anglian Daily Times

SOME social distancing measures will remain in place until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed but ministers will seek to restore people's… SOME social distancing measures will remain in place until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed but ministers will seek to restore people's…

Some social distancing to remain until coronavirus vaccine developed, says Gove | St Helens Star

Overall, a total of 1,206,405 coronavirus tests have been carried out in the UK since the beginning of April.Overall, a total of 1,206,405 coronavirus tests have been carried out in the UK since the beginning of April.

Fall in number of daily tests being carried out in UK | Express & Star

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Lockdown measures could be reintroduced “in a specific and localised way” if easing them results in an uptick of coronavirus cases, Michael Gove has said.

Michael Gove says lockdown measures could be reintroduced locally if coronavirus cases spike again

Chairing today's press conference Michael Gove said there had been 1,206,405 coronavirus tests in the UK as of 9am on Sunday May 3, including 76,496 in the previous 24 hours.Chairing today's press conference Michael Gove said there had been 1,206,405 coronavirus tests in the UK as of 9am on Sunday May 3, including 76,496 in the previous 24 hours.

So much for 100,000 per day! Michael Gove blames the weekend as coronavirus testing falls to 76,500 | Daily Mail Online

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RECAP: Michael Gove leads government's latest coronavirus briefing - 28,446 people have now died - Manchester Evening News

More than 28,000 people who have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK have died as the government prepares to announce how lockdown… More than 28,000 people who have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK have died as the government prepares to announce how lockdown…

Coronavirus: 316 more deaths in UK as post-lockdown plan to be unveiled this week | Oxford Mail

Read Coronavirus testing drops to 76,496 in a day, Michael Gove confirms latest on ITV News. All the Health newsCoronavirus testing dropped to 76,496 on Saturday, well below the 100,000 daily target set by the government. On Friday, Matt Hancock announced that they had surpassed their target, as over 122,000 tests were carried out on April 30. The drop could be put down to the fact that fewer people work Saturdays, meaning not as many tests were required. "You will see that testing capacity has ramped up very quickly over the last week or so and we are now at a very high level of testing," Professor Steve Powis said. "Over 100,000, a little bit of a dip in the weekend but we anticipate that that testing capacity will continue to increase. It's a very important component of our approach going forward." Mr Gove praised Mr Hancock’s “amazing success in increasing testing”, which he said means the public will have “greater confidence” in the Government as they move into the next phase of lockdown. “The British public have shown amazing stoicism and understanding of the need for the lockdown measures,” he said. “Quite rightly they want to make sure that if and when they are eased, they’re eased in way that makes sure the British people’s sacrifice has been worthwhile, and that we continue to operate in a way that means public health comes first. “And that’s why it’s so important that we consult with employers and trade unions, to make sure that people understand the guidance about working safely.” He said the Government will pursue a “phased approach” to removing lockdown restrictions rather than a sudden return to “the old normal”. Mr Gove said more than 200,000 key workers and their families had been tested for coronavirus. He said criteria for testing had been extended beyond key workers to anyone over 65 displaying symptoms and anyone who has to travel to get to work.

Coronavirus testing drops to 76,496 in a day, Michael Gove confirms - ITV News

Several major Utah malls have announced their reopenings after Utah leaders moved the state\u2019s COVID-19 risk level from high to moderate.Several major Utah malls have announced their reopenings after Utah leaders moved the state’s COVID-19 risk level from high to moderate.

Utah malls set to reopen as coronavirus restrictions ease | KSL.com

Michael Gove said an “amazing” increase in the level of testing would give confidence as lockdown is lifted — but also announced a huge drop in the number of daily tests.Michael Gove said an “amazing” increase in the level of testing would give confidence as lockdown is lifted — but also announced a huge drop in the number of daily tests.

"Localised" Coronavirus Restrictions Could Be Reimposed In The UK After Lockdown

Grant Schapps said “many things” could have been different if the UK’s testing capacity was above 100,000 before Covid-19 spread in the country.Grant Schapps said “many things” could have been different if the UK’s testing capacity was above 100,000 before Covid-19 spread in the country.

UK misses test target as minister admits lives would have been saved if testing capacity increased sooner

Some social distancing measures will remain in place until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed but ministers will seek to restore people's… Some social distancing measures will remain in place until a coronavirus vaccine has been developed but ministers will seek to restore people's…

Michael Gove: Social distancing to stay until coronavirus vaccine is developed | Echo