January 28, 2022

Beyond Going Long

Complete UK News World

Britain has extended the administration of a third dose of the vaccine to everyone from the age of 18

Britain has extended the administration of a third dose of the vaccine to everyone from the age of 18

In the UK, the number of Omigran cases is increasing.

London. The British government announced on Monday that it had approved a third dose Vaccines Against Corona virus For all adults over 18 years of age. Until now, people over the age of 40 can receive the booster dose six months after complete vaccination. AFP reported.

British Defense

The new interval between the second and third dose will also be reduced to six to three months, and the booster vaccine will be preferred for the elderly.

“These measures will protect more people and protect the nation faster and better,” said Sajid Javed, secretary of the British Parliament for Health. He described it as a “big step” in the vaccination campaign launched by London last December. The number of third-party beneficiaries has now almost doubled.

Omigron propagation

Javed added that due to the spread of the variance Omigron A new strategy to buy time and strengthen protection mechanisms for infection. Six cases of omigran infection were reported in Scotland on Monday, and five were confirmed in the UK. Javid announced that he expects “the number of cases to increase in the coming days”.

Related article German Immunologist: Omigron may be developed in people with immune disorders According to

Concerns about the Omigron variant were first reported in the UK last week Republic of South Africa (JAR), the so-called red list for a total of ten South African countries, namely South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Angola, Mozambique, Malawi and Zambia. Such an addition means that all travelers from these countries must arrive in the UK and be isolated at the hotel for ten days.

See also  Washington confirms sanctions against Belarus

Mandatory reintroduction in the UK as well Screen Mandatory isolation of shops and public transport and persons in contact with victims.