Only one COVID sufferer in the entire of east London died final week as the nation begins to regularly reopen.
One death, on April 7, was recorded in Redbridge, whereas all different east London boroughs haven’t seen a single death inside 28 days of a constructive check since March.
It has been nearly a month because the final COVID-related death in Havering on March 16 and nearly two weeks since the newest in Waltham Forest, recorded on March 30.
Yesterday (April 11), solely six new folks examined constructive for the virus in Waltham Forest, one other six in Redbridge and no one in Havering.
Today, the nation entered the second step of its journey out of lockdown, permitting non-essential retail, public buildings and out of doors sights to reopen.
Venues like pubs are additionally allowed to serve folks exterior, with no curfew, supplied clients order from their desk.
The subsequent step, which can happen no before May 17, will see gatherings of up to 30 allowed outside and two households or up to six folks allowed to combine indoors.