The government could start lifting the current lockdown as soon as early March under a three-point plan. Cabinet has reportedly agreed a strategy for lifting lockdown measures, the Sunday Times reports.
The paper also says that all arrivals to the UK may be forced to quarantine at a hotel in even tougher measures being considered to stop new variants entering the country.
Ministers are reportedly considering an even tougher crackdown at the borders. Officials are said to have been told to prepare for the creation of quarantine hotels for those arriving in Britain and to use GPS and facial-recognition technology to check that people are staying in isolation.Read more on mirror.co.uk