Boris Johnson Urged Not To End Covid Restrictions After One Death Was Recorded: Survey | UK

NHS doctor analyzes the delay in the coronavirus waiting list

On Monday, a Covid death was recorded, bringing the overall total to 127,539. 1,649 more cases were confirmed. Today, only four people have died after testing positive for the virus, and infections rose by 1,946.

Boris Johnson urged not to end lockdown restrictions (Image:.)

Boris Johnson urged not to end lockdown restrictions (Image: NC)

Meanwhile, more than 34,000,000 people have received their first dose of vaccine and more than 15,000,000 have received the second, according to the latest government figures.

On Twitter, former Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage insisted that “enough is enough.”

Farage said: “Only one Covid death today and now 50 million vaccines have been administered, but we still cannot eat inside a restaurant or hug our loved ones.”

In an poll, conducted today from 9am to 10pm, the question was asked: ‘Should UK restrictions end now after only one death is recorded?’

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England is still locked up

England is still locked up (Image:.)

Of the 4,298 votes, 60 percent (2,620) of people said the restrictions should not be eased despite the low number of infections and deaths.

Up to 40 percent (1,637) said lockdown restrictions should be eased, while only 41 people said they didn’t know.

One person said, “For God’s sake, these are the usual lowest figures for Sundays, but very encouraging.

“We have endured so long, let’s give those who wait / want the vaccination one more month to receive it.

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Coronavirus cases in the UK

Coronavirus cases in the UK (Image: Express)

“Let’s be as prepared as possible this time.”

Another reader said: ‘What part of caution confuses these people?

“There isn’t much left to go now, so don’t screw it up.”

Someone else said, ‘No. Stick to the roadmap.

England is in a third block

England are in a third lockdown (Image: PA)

“If it is not broke, do not fix it!”

Another added: “NO! The possibility of a resurgence is still there.

“Let’s follow our roadmap and stay safe.”

A fifth person wrote: “The answer is NO! The reason is that ‘one death’ is the result of a plan that seems to be working.

London at the close of last year

London at the close of last year (Image:.)

“There is also a proposed end date that is part of the same plan.

“DON’T spoil things by jumping the gun!”

Another person said: “We have come this far, let’s not go and spoil the success of the vaccine launch by releasing too soon.”

“Staying to the end will show huge benefits.”

Lockdown restrictions have eased this year

Lockdown restrictions have eased this year (Image:.)

Others supported calls for the blockade measures to be eased, with many saying that “lives and the economy” must resume normally.

This comes after Johnson said the next leg of England’s reopening on May 17, covering indoor hospitality, entertainment and possibly overseas travel, “is going to be good.”

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The Prime Minister said: «As things are and how things are going, with the launch of the vaccine as it is, we have made 50 million injections as I am telling you today, a quarter of the adult population, one in four have had two strokes.

You’re seeing the results of that really starting to show up in epidemiology.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Image:.)

«I think we can move on, I feel that May 17 is going to be good.

“But it also seems to me that on June 21 we will be able to say social distancing as we have to do now, the metro plus, I think we have a good chance of being able to do without the -metre plus from June 21.

“That still depends on the data, we cannot say categorically yet, we have to look at the epidemiology as we go, we have to look at where we are going with the disease. But that’s what it feels like to me right now.

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