Cases of the new variant Kovit-19 virus were confirmed on Saturday in several European countries, including Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. All were connected with people from England.
Meanwhile, Japan has announced it will ban all new entries from foreigners from Monday following the discovery of this variation in travelers from the UK.
The news came at a time when there were still six million people in eastern and southeastern England Tier 4 conditions, England’s severe cowardice, were imposed on them on boxing day. Locks were also introduced in Scotland and Northern Ireland. About 24 million people in the UK, more than 40% of the population now live in Tier 4 because the pressure to add the whole country to this category has increased.
Scientists from the Independent Sage Group have insisted that all parts of the UK be placed on tier 4, which means non-essential shops, hairdressers and leisure and entertainment venues should be closed. Distributed countries were instructed to present their own national locks. The panel argued that there should be improved travel restrictions in Tier 4 and that an emergency plan should be introduced to implement safe education in January and February.
Teaching unions have backed the idea, demanding that the government close schools as evidence grows that the new virus is becoming more prevalent, especially among children.
This point was supported by Paul Hunter, professor of medicine at the University of East Anglia. “If there is this new variant behind the increase in this age group, it is a big concern,” he said.
This weekend France announced the discovery of the first case of the new variant – a French citizen who came to Tours after traveling from London a week ago, health officials said.
In Madrid, he said three cases of a new variant recently discovered in the country involved relatives of a person who came from the UK on Christmas Eve and a fourth case involved a traveler from the UK. None of the patients were reported to be seriously ill.
In the UK, the NHS said on Saturday that another 161 people who tested positive for Covit-19 had died. Patients ranged in age from 44 to 100, and all but eight were familiar with basic health conditions. This brings the total number of confirmed cov- eral deaths in hospitals in the UK to 48,311.
The number of cases is increasing across the country, especially among young people, as the corona virus variant is growing rapidly. Daily 32,725 cases were reported last weekend, an increase of 46.6% over the previous week.
Pressure is mounting on medical authorities to approve the Oxford / Astrogenogen vaccine. The UK has agreed to buy 100 million doses, and last week Sir John Paul, a professor at the University of Oxford, said he expects the country’s pharmaceutical and health products regulatory body to approve the government’s official sage panel. Christmas ”.
The news that vaccines will be available soon to stem the recent rapid rise in Govt-19 cases will give badly needed hope. However, it raises major headaches regarding the distribution of approved doses. To date, more than 600,000 have been administered since December 8, but scientists warn that more than a million people will need to be vaccinated each week to control future infections.
Tom Sass, co-director of the government agency, called for a public debate on the priority of individuals receiving vaccines. “By mid-January, the most vulnerable will be vaccinated, but you will not be vaccinating this large group of 60- to 75-year-olds,” he said. Viewer. “A lot of people in the NHS say they’m not likely to die, but they can still fill our wards.”
Despite this, the arrival of the Oxford / Astrogeneca vaccine will undoubtedly be a game changer, said Helen Buckingham, strategic director of the Nafield Foundation. “Then employees become the primary control,” he added.
“At the moment, vaccination is done by staff in primary care, and they manage it with other workloads. But when you start setting up mass vaccination centers – and the NHS UK has indicated that they will do it – then you will need more staff.”
Buckingham said the NHS was working to ensure that there were people targeting about 40,000 employees and providing vaccines and supporting those who receive them. “This is not just a case of needle sticking,” he said. “People need to have accurate information about the vaccine beforehand and then monitor it.”
Against the backdrop of rapidly rising infection rates, Boris Johnson’s poor public rating seems to have waned. According to the latest opinion poll for Viewer, The PM’s approval rating is now -6% (38% approval, 44% denial), compared to -8% two weeks ago.
In contrast, opposition leader Khair Stormer’s net rating maintains a consistent positive of + 12%, up from + 9%, the last estimate in a poll.
Only two other prominent politicians received positive ratings for their Govt performances: Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham + 11% and Chancellor Rishi Sunak + 27%.
For every major politician whose comments on the poll were canceled, a net negative rating was given, with Home Secretary Priti Patel coming in at -19%.