27,000 people died due to the government’s choice to delay the final waiver.

According to a report released by the think tank Resolution Foundation, 20% of Kovid-19 related deaths could have been avoided in the United Kingdom if the country’s last incarceration took place last December and not in January 2021.

According to a report, about 27,000 Britons died of postponement in the UK last December – published in Guardian – The Resolution Foundation is a think tank, which accuses the government of “serious error”.

According to think tank chief economist Mike Brewer, “Lockdown can lead to thousands of casualties due to cowardice and unbridled attitude.” The country, the economic crisis is on the rise ”.

The country, which has seen more than 125,000 deaths from Kovid-19, is the most affected in Europe in terms of deaths.

Failures but an effective vaccination campaign

Failure to impose new restrictions since early December, when the daily death toll from coronovirus was already increasing, only worsened the already worrisome health condition.

A new failure for the Resolution Foundation which claims that errors were already made by the British government: first by imprisonment of the United Kingdom for two weeks after being set up in Italy in March 2020, then last September, while The number of contamination was on the rise, when Boris Johnson waited until the end of October to reconfigure England again.

The think tank nonetheless welcomes funding to companies and employees – representing an average of around 7,800 euros for each household – as well as a vaccination campaign in the United Kingdom that has tripled three times faster than in the European Union Delivered. .

“25 million people have received their first dose of vaccine”, pointing to the think tank that finally remembers Boris Johnson’s objective to reduce the British population over the age of 50 by mid-April Less provides an injection.

Hughes Garnier BFMTV Correspondent

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