October 16, 2021

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Vaccines in the hospital have been shown to be successful.  The UK removes all restrictions on the increase in cases

Vaccines in the hospital have been shown to be successful. The UK removes all restrictions on the increase in cases

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson He confirmed that despite the rising number of victims today, the remaining corona virus controls in the UK will be lifted from July 19.

We spoke with Pavel Secon about the dangers of the delta variation spreading across the UK:

For example, news organizations report that local people can generally decide whether to wear a veil and observe the gap.

The British originally had to enjoy more independence before June 21, but due to the epidemic situation the government postponed the release for four weeks.

“We need some more time to prove that our vaccines have helped to break the link between victims and the dead.” Johnson said. “It’s increasingly clear that these vaccines are very successful. Most hospital admissions are not vaccinated.” The Prime Minister added.

Johnson’s cabinet will announce the final decision on the release on July 12 from the third week of July. The government will announce the cancellation or change this week, including activities related to education or travel.

According to the plan presented today, the curtains will be mandatory from July 19. In some cases, the government will only recommend wearing them.

Restrictions on the number of people you can meet in restaurants and other businesses will be removed. Nightclubs are open and an unlimited number of people can attend concerts or sports meetings.

According to Reuters, Britain today has 27,334 new corona virus infections, up 53 percent from the previous week. Nine more 19 people were killed along with Govt-19.

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About 67 million, more than 45 million people in the UK have received the minimum first dose, and more than 33 million have been fully vaccinated.