British experts warn difficult months ahead due to COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic is not over in the UK, difficult months are ahead.Jonathan Van-TamoThe country’s Deputy Medical Director issued a warning saying that “Many people who believe that this pandemic is over.”
The precaution people take or not take in terms of interacting with each other is a matter of discussion, a great determinant for defining what happens, whereas experts project “Black months to winter.”
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Demands for stricter measures to control the spread of the virus have already worsened a strategic position among British scientists. one of the most respected experts in Government Scientific Advisory Group (SAGE) He has resigned After calling for “strong” action to stem the rise in coronavirus infections.
Jeremy Ferrari, Director of Welcome Trust, has released the emergency technical team and warned that The situation in the UK is “worrisome”.
Two weeks ago, he asked for a strategy “Vaccine Plus”, Urged people to wear masks in shops and on public transport and to reduce the number of people at work at any given time.
The lack of response to his claims has led to Farrar’s resignation from his post. This is a statement He said government scientists were under “a lot of pressure” during the pandemic.
in a statement to sky News On Tuesday night Jeremy said: “The COVID-19 crisis is not over, the global situation is very worrying.
“High levels of transmission have been observed in the UK, but I resigned as a SAGE participant, knowing that ministers had received most of the key scientific advice needed during the winter months,” he said.
in this context, UK health protection agency (UKHSA) has said that the risk of coronavirus transmission has increased in Parliament at this time and has tightened its restrictions.
Face coverings are already mandatory for employees, contractors and journalists, but not for lawmakers, and Meeting chairs will be urged to play a greater role in ensuring compliance with the rule. All non-parliamentary matters like meetings and tours have been canceled for two weeks.
The country wants to avoid another painful end of the year. In that sense, Professor Van-Tam said that “Christmas, and indeed all the darkest winter months, will be potentially troublesome.”
Asked by the British press how the winter lockdown could be stopped, he said: “I think the things that are really going to determine this are human behavior and caution during the winter months in the first place, but how cautious we are, especially in the coming months, at Christmas. Next is how well the vaccination program is doing.”
Finally, when contacted about the pandemic situation in the nation, he said that the country “It’s kind of half-time, in overtime, and I think the final whistle can’t be predicted.” However, in his personal vision “there are a few more months to go.”
Another concern is the potential interruption of the educational cycle. Protocols for treating the infection are important to not miss the school days. Education Secretary announced that “No plan of any kind” Schools to be closed again due to COVID-19.
Nadim Zhawi has said that he will keep Schools open, as testing students for the virus and vaccinating eligible children will help keep them in class.
A review of school day extensions suggested by experts to help children regain education lost during the pandemic will be published before the end of the year.
This strategy will remain as there is no plan to close the schools again Screening with rapid non-invasive antigen tests is given for daily self-tests, and even vaccination centers are set up in schools.
The UK casts a question mark on the US, which has entered a new phase in its vaccination campaign as it begins immunizing children aged five to 11 years. British officials, although they have seen a drop in infections among minors, hope to include those under the age of 12 in their vaccination plans.
However not everyone agrees with this. It’s “too early” to vaccinate against COVID-19 for children under 11, but there may be cases where some young people get it, a member of the Joint Committee on Immunization and Immunization (JCVI).
The UK’s latest daily report on Tuesday reported 293 more deaths and 33,865 more coronavirus cases, according to official figures.
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