BRITS have been given hope of a summer holiday as a top European politician says she thinks it ‘could be done safely’.
It comes as millions of people took to the streets again to applaud our frontline heroes after the coronavirus death toll hit 33,614 after 428 more deaths were recorded over the last 24 hours.
This is the lowest number of deaths recorded on a Thursday in the UK for the last seven weeks.
A total of 233,151 people have now tested positive for Covid-19 across the UK – up 3,446 cases from yesterday.
This comes as scientists have discovered mouthwash could kill coronavirus and slash rates of infection, leading for calls into urgent research into the benefits of gargling the rinse.
Public Health England have approved a coronavirus antibody test that could be the key to unlocking the lockdown.
It’s been reported the Government could buy millions of kits from Swiss healthcare company Roche
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