After the holidays, return to imprisonment. Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced on Monday that his country would once again enter “similar to March” in 2020 to control the rise in contamination for the British version of the new Coronovirus.
“From midnight and for the whole of January, you’ll be legally obliged to stay home,” the Scottish leader announced at a press conference, citing a “setback” due to “variants of the virus that spread quickly” Huh. As of Monday, the Scots were only called upon to avoid non-essential travel.
With more than 75,000 dead, the United Kingdom is one of the countries in Europe most bereaved by Kovid-19 and the trend has worsened in recent weeks. The number of daily positive cases exceeded the 50,000 limit for several days. Hospital Kovid-19 with patients already submerged in water, much higher than the first wave in spring.
New measures are coming for the whole country
Prime Minister Boris Johnson should also announce new measures on Monday evening. Thus the imprisonment that applies in the three quarters of the English border can be applied to all areas or even schools, as long as it is kept open.
The government has made no secret in recent weeks that vaccination was the main hope of being able to get out of the lockdown already imposed on a large part of the British population. The campaign, which began on 8 December with the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine (more than a million people have received it), will be able to accelerate with Oxford University beginning the delivery of the British laboratory AstraZeneca.
The arrival of the AstraZeneca / Oxford vaccine represents “a turning point in our fight against this terrible virus”, welcomed by British Health Minister Hantock, stating that “everyone hopes the end of this epidemic is in sight”. .
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