The UK is considering the idea of allowing it Fully vaccinated citizens will be able to go on leave without any restrictions, as it progresses Daily Telegraph. Thus, more than 30 million people could travel outside the country. In addition, the British government is considering exempting those Britons from quarantine who travel to countries in Amber and who have received a full vaccination programme.
On the other hand, Boris Johnson’s executive considers Remove the forced quarantine of ten days Which now applies to people who have been in contact with someone infected with COVID-19, if they have already been fully vaccinated. Currently each time a positive case for the coronavirus is detected in the United Kingdom, the public health system contacts, through a tracking application, people with whom the infected have had recent contact and keeps these contacts as a precaution. But you need to separate yourself.
The proposal being evaluated by the government would release contacts from the isolation period who are already fully immunized – with two doses of the vaccine – if they agree to that quarantine instead. undergo a daily test. Thus, each negative result would give that person 24-hour freedom from the legal requirement to self-isolate.
replace quarantine with daily tests
With this plan, most of the people on the contact list of those infected with the virus can continue with their normal lives. accordingly many timesThe head of health, Matt Hancock, is in favor of replacing the current quarantine with daily tests. And that is that only last week, 62,000 citizens of this country were instructed to stay at home after coming in contact with someone affected by Kovid-19.
“Vaccines are extremely effective and we want to keep people safe while minimizing disruption to their lives,” a government source said, acknowledging that “it is certainly an attractive option if shown to be safe.” That measure will be approved only after England’s chief medical adviser Chris Whitty is satisfied with the results of a study of 40,000 people, which ends at the end of the summer, although it will return preliminary results next month.