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National quarantine to be in effect from the next Monday

As of next Monday, the National lockdown in the United Kingdom will be lifted, but that does not mean that the country will be able to rein in the reins. According to Reuters news agency, prime minister Boris Johnson said So today in a video address to the House of Commons.

“We’re not there yet,” says Johnson. “We have to get through the winter without losing control of the virus.”

Johnson’s announcement means that, among other things, shops and gyms can be reopened on December 2. However, there will certainly be no” Every-for-himself ” situation in the UK after that, he stressed. As in the past, a system with multiple local levels of measures will be in place. The more serious the situation in a given region, the more serious the daily life is. The measures associated with the levels will be strengthened from next week.

The upcoming corona vaccines are “the most hopeful development” so far in the coronacrisis, Johnson said. According to him, the vaccines show that corona is “not a pandemic without an end.” “It’s going to be a rough winter, but we’ve reached a new stage where a way out is within reach.”

It seems that the number of new COVID-19 cases during the second wave in the UK peaked about two weeks ago. Since then there has been a slight decrease, but still around 20,000 infections are detected daily. The total number of coronary thrombosis in the country is now over 1.5 million. About 55,000 British died of the coronavirus. At the end of October, Johnson announced a second nationwide lockdown to halt the spread of the virus.

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson is a native of Leeds, journalist and PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow. She is mainly interested in foreign affairs, geopolitics and investigative journalism.

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