14. 12. 2021 22:26 | London / Tasr
House of Commons approves extension of mandatory trap regulation.
Despite the negative attitude of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s nearly a hundred members of the Conservative Party, the British Parliament on Tuesday approved toughening of the anti-crime measures proposed by his government.
According to Sky News, the House of Commons has approved an extension of the mandatory curtain regulation, which now applies to most public interiors.
The majority of MEPs also voted – by 126 votes to 369 – for another key item called Plan B to combat the corona virus infection: nightclubs and major events will only be allowed with the valid National Health Service (NHS) Govtpass. 98 Conservative MEPs opposed the move.
According to Sky News, this is the biggest uprising of Johnson’s party colleagues in parliament after the 2019 election, despite assurances from Health Secretary Sajid Javed that a negative corona virus test could prove the epidemic.
Johnson announced on Monday that by the end of this year, people 18 and over in the UK will have the opportunity to be vaccinated.
Long councils were already set up in front of some vaccination centers on Monday. The Prime Minister also drew attention to the dangers associated with the new corona virus variant Omigran, against which a two-dose vaccine is not enough.
However, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday that there was still insufficient evidence that a booster dose was needed to effectively protect healthy adults from Omigran.
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