There is an increase in infections in the country, with over 40,000 new cases per day and more deaths than ever before.
Madrid. (European Media)-On Sunday, Sajid Javid, the British Health Minister, completely rejected the idea of compulsory vaccination in the UK and stated that he would “never think” about such a proposal.
His remarks are made at a time when Central Europe is experiencing an increase in cases. This has prompted a new round protests against tightening vaccination agreements and increasing restrictions.
“Countries like Austria decide their business. “We are lucky that, even though there are doubts regarding vaccines, they’re much less than we have seen elsewhere,” he stated in a statement to BBC Network. Here’s how it was explained.
Javid confirmed, however, that the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization is analyzing the possibility for boosters for all adults in the context of the update last week.
Future considerations include whether people aged 18 to 39 are eligible for a third dose of booster vaccine, and whether additional booster vaccinations (fourth dose) are necessary for those 18 to 39 years. If needed, information has been shared with the public about more vulnerable adults.
The UK is currently experiencing an increase of infection rates. There are more than 40,000 cases each day and more deaths every day. The country has now notified over 9.8 million people who have been affected by the pandemic and left 144,000 dead.