The President acknowledged that epidemics in certain parts of Europe are getting worse, while stating that “there is always a risk of worsening numbers”.
Madrid. (European News Agency). Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister, insists that there is no indication that authorities will have to invoke “Plan B” to deal with the winter COVID-19 pandemic. This requires restrictions to be enforced.
“So far, there have not been any signs in data that we need’Plan B, we only currently have’Plan A’left,” said the Prime Minister during a London visit to a hospital, picking up Sky News Television Network.
However, the President acknowledged that the epidemic in certain parts of Europe is getting worse, while stating that “there is always a risk” that the UK’s data will deteriorate due to the winter. He stressed that the COVID-19 vaccine is the best protection.
In September, the British government introduced its “Plan B” for fighting the covid-19 winter pandemic. It highlights the possibility that masks may be re-mandatory in some areas and that you might need to show your vaccination certificates to do certain activities.
Recent weeks have seen an increase in pandemics across the UK. Experts are calling on authorities to take strict measures to stop the spread of the disease. The British government believes in the development of the country’s pandemic and the lifting of restrictions to prevent it from advancing its vaccination program against covid-19.
British health officials recommended Monday’s third dose of vaccine against covid-19 for all persons over 40. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation and a British Public Health Agency study, three doses can lower the risk of infection by over 93%.