EFE.- The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, was “very optimistic” today with the fact that UK could leave in June the confinement imposed in January by the Covid-19.
Nevertheless, Johnson admitted at a press conference in London that “it is not possible to guarantee” fully that the four-stage plan to get out of confinement in a phased manner announced yesterday will work.
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The plan contemplates, initially, the return of children to schools on March 8 and would conclude with the total reopening of the company no earlier than June 21.
The Minister of Health of the UK, Matt HancockHe said that the population must “do their part” by getting vaccinated and abiding by sanitary measures that will be progressively softened.
Covid status certificates will be studied
Boris Johnson also revealed that the British government will study the issuance of alleged “status certificates of Covid“, As proof of vaccination or that has a negative test, to access certain closed areas, such as bars or theaters.
“We cannot discriminate against people who cannot receive the vaccine, since there may be a medical reason, and other people may reject it out of their own conviction, although I think it is a mistake,” he said.
Until now, the Executive has only agreed to reach an international consensus on an “anticovid certificate” that will make it possible to resume travel.
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The so-called Recovery Group Covid, made up of conservative deputies critical of the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, considers “very slow” the lack of refinement raised for Johnson.
Your president, Mark Harper, said today that the government has based its calendar on “dubious” statistics, which assume an acceptance of the vaccine “Lower than the real one”, and regretted, in any case, that the country should be “burdened” by those who “decide not to be immunized.”
Hope among the population
After knowing the de-escalation plan, several airlines Y travel agency saw significant increases in summer flight and vacation package bookings to destinations such as Spain, Portugal, Greece, Mexico Y Dominican Republic.
A survey of YouGov, published this Tuesday, indicates that 46% of the population supports the rhythm of deconfiguration imposed by the government, compared to 26% who see it too fast and 16% who consider it slow.
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The latest official data confirm that the UK surpassed the peak of the third wave of the pandemic, by registering 548 deaths and 8 thousand 489 infections in 24 hours.