In the United Kingdom, the coronavirus is rampant. Since the start of the pandemic, the virus has been particularly active there and the government advocates caution and strict compliance with barrier gestures. Covid-19 seems to have a special grip on British health ministers.
The Kovid-19 virus has put two ministers to shame in just a month. On 26 June, Matt Hancock, the then Minister of Health in the service of the British Crown, resigned. “Disrespecting Obstacle Gestures”The man was seen in the arms of his secretary – despite being married – as Prime Minister Boris Johnson works hard to enforce strict health regulations to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Sajid was replaced 21 days later Javid, has tested positive, This Saturday, July 17, according to information from The Sun newspaper.
In a video posted to his Twitter account, the minister who received two injections of the AstraZeneca vaccine explains that he has isolated himself “At home with [sa] Family”, until a new negative PCR test is obtained. he assures that her symptoms are mild, but Sajid Javid takes advantage of the situation to encourage vaccination: “Please show up to get your vaccine if you haven’t already”, he asks over the video. Indeed, the situation in the United Kingdom is worrying. The number of positive cases of Kovid-19 rises after the government announced remove health restrictions from Monday, “as part ofIndependence day “.
These two cases which are related to the health crisis and its two serve as booster shots for Health Minister Boris Johnson. They demonstrate the extent to which the coronavirus affects England, either through the illness proven by Sajid Javid or through political choices as few as the resignation of Matt Hancock. The case of these two elected officials is an echo of what happened a year ago. At the start of the health crisis, Boris Johnson tested positive for coronavirus and was particularly affected by disease. Ten days later, the politician had to be transferred to intensive care. And, while the virus is still spreading as it is, could Independence Day really be a sign of separation from the barrier gestures?
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