The United Kingdom will share more data on the spread of the corona virus today, British Vaccine Minister Nadeem Zahawi said on Monday. Jahavi’s comments came ahead of a government announcement on the way out of the lockout.
Earlier today, the UK Vaccine Minister said there was evidence that vaccines have been shown to be effective in reducing the spread of the corona virus.
“Suffice it to say the evidence is good,” Nadim Zahawi was quoted as saying by Reuters when asked if vaccines are effective against infections and hospitalization.
“We won’t be here this morning to say we’re going to reopen schools on March 8th, and … when the school holidays start on March 29th, let’s look at rules six and two so families can see each other outside … actually vaccination plan If we do not really believe it will work, “said the British Minister of Vaccines.
English schools to reopen
Schools in the UK will reopen on March 8, while two families or six can meet outside from March 29 because the country’s COVID-19 restrictions have been relaxed, Zahawi said.
“This is not a vision, it’s about gradually reopening the whole of the UK, not the region,” he said.
“Children first, then preferably in schools, two people can meet outside and have a coffee together, also on March 8th. Then (the) 29th, two families, or six rules, and outdoor play (allowed to start again).”