“Kovid-19 Passport” Arriving in United Kingdom

A document that certifies that a person has been vaccinated, recently tested negative or has contracted the virus within the past six months must have access to high-traffic areas in the UK. Full-scale tests will be conducted in the coming weeks. To the chagrin of some deputies and the press.

So far, so good. In view of the good rhythm of vaccination (412,642 doses per day on average) and the regular decline in the number of daily cases, which have fallen below the 5,000 mark, the British Prime Minister confirmed the stage infection on Monday 5 April. 2 of devolution in England (other nations in the United Kingdom determine their own roadmap).

From next Monday, April 12, bars, pubs and restaurants will once again be able to accommodate customers in their outdoor locations, while non-essential shops, gyms and hairdressers will be allowed to reopen. A news greeted with relief by a good part of the press, evidenced by “Cheers!” Launched in one by tabloids daily Express.

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On the other hand, other newspapers are less enthusiastic. During his press conference, Boris Johnson warned that a return to normal life “Was still away”. Including decaffeination in the fourth and final phase, date after June 21


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