Martin Lewis reveals when he thinks the coronavirus lockdown could end in the UK

MARTIN LEWIS, 47, has been sharing his tips and advice to Britons as the coronavirus lockdown continues. The expert said when he thinks the lockdown could be over.

PUBLISHED: 10:12, Thu, Apr 9, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:27, Thu, Apr 9, 2020

Martin Lewis: money saving expert coronavirusMartin Lewis: He shared details on when the coronavirus lockdown might end (Image: GETTY)

Martin Lewis is the Money Saving Expert who regularly gives financial tips and advice with Britons. Many people are concerned about the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown and the expert shared when he thinks it could end.

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The coronavirus crisis has left normal life and work up in the air for many people.

Two weeks ago, the UK government enforced a lockdown that urged people to stay indoors as much as possible.

Britons are only allowed to leave their properties for limited reasons.

During lockdown, they can only leave their homes for work - where absolutely necessary - for outdoor exercise once a day and to collect food or medicine.

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Martin Lewis: coronavirus lockdown uk governmentMartin Lewis: Cities across the UK have been left empty (Image: GETTY)

When the new measures were announced, it was stated that they would be reviewed after three weeks.

With the end of the three weeks fast approaching, it seems there is no clear date of when the lockdown will end.

As coronavirus has caused financial issues across the country, Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has been on hand to give advice

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