Only 50% of Britons would download NHS tracing app, according to a poll, as photos of gatherings at parks on Saturday cause scrutiny of mixed message from government
The lockdown could be eased differently in different regions as Northern Ireland’s rate of transmission is higher than other parts of the UK, Northern Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster said.
Speaking on Sky’s Sophy Ridge On Sunday, she said: “Sage and indeed our own medical officer do acknowledge that there are different rates of transmission across the United Kingdom.
Interesting analysis of the visual side of the government’s change of message from the BBC’s economics editor, here.
From Red to Green….
The yellow and red was very specifically chosen to connote warning, hazard, emergency around the “stay home” message… Red & Green have v different meaning in safety regs… pic.twitter.com/trqdl7A3oc