The Wikipedia article about Elliott-Halberstam (EH for short) conjecture says that the so-called Bombieri-Vinogradov theorem, which is a weaker form of EH conjecture, is in some sense an averaged form of the Generalized Riemann Hypothesis (that is, the analogue of RH for Dirichlet L-functions). So, would the full EH conjecture follow from GRH?

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Edit March 29th 2021: denoting by $\Theta_{EH}:=\sup\{\theta\vert EH(\theta)\}$, EH conjecture is equivalent to $\Theta_{EH}=1$. The proven lower bound for it has increased from $1/2$ (Bombieri-Vinogradov) to a greater value. On the other hand, the proven upper bound for the de Bruijn-Newman constant $\Lambda$ has decreased from $1/2$ to $0.2$ (Platt and Trudgian), while the proof of Newman's conjecture by Rodgers and Tao implies $\Lambda\geq 0$, and RH is equivalent to this constant vanishing. So that, it seems that $\Theta_{EH}$ and $\Lambda$ are "dual", the duality relation being the involution $s\mapsto 1-s$. Is it thus likely that $\theta<1-\Lambda\Longrightarrow EH(\theta)$?