In the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson is deconfining, despite the spread of the Delta version. The head of the British government confirmed this: “Independence Day” will be on 19th July, the day of independence. On that day, almost all COVID-related restrictions in England will be lifted, a de facto condition at a time when health lights are still red.
In fact, the infection is on the rise, we are More than 30,000 cases detected every day and it will continue to rise, as well as hospitalizations and deaths, but nine deaths were recorded yesterday and soon with two-thirds of fully vaccinated adults, “this is proof that the vaccine works,” says Boris Johnson. .
“Reopening the country while summer and school holidays are our allies is the right decision taken at the right time”, he assured, but it should be noted the change in tone of the prime minister. “It is absolutely necessary that we proceed with cautionWe are on our deconfinement schedule, but we can’t suddenly return to the life we had before covid. I ask everyone to think of others and take the risks into account.”
In short, Boris Johnson gives the British their freedom, but tells them not to exercise it. Mask will no longer be mandatory, but he recommends wearing it on public transport, for example. Employees can return to the office, but not all at the same time. Nightclubs are encouraged to use health passes, and the word irrevocable has been quietly erased from government vocabulary. Deconfinement is again reversible.
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