London lifts ban on July 19, despite increase in contamination linked to Delta version

The country is facing a new outbreak of COVID-19 contamination especially due to the delta variant.

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For now, the deconfinement scheme has not changed. The new British health minister, Sajid Javid, on Monday 28 June upheld the government’s goal of lifting the last restrictions still in force in England to tackle the coronavirus on 19 July.

However, health officials are concerned. After months of decline, the pandemic has accelerated in recent weeks, with more than 22,000 new cases reported on Monday. The outbreak has been attributed to the delta variant, which is more contagious and is now dominant in the UK. This mutation, identified in India, has already resulted in the lifting of previous restrictions postponed for a month, initially planned for June 21.

“We see no reason to go beyond July 19” In keeping with the previous restrictions, Sajid Javid said in his first speech as health minister to MPs. The weekend was marked by the resignation of his predecessor, Matt Hancock, who admitted to breaking health restrictions after the press disclosed a relationship with a counselor.

“no date” will not happen with a “Zero Risk” Regarding COVID-19, “We know we can’t get over it, we have to live with it”milf couple Sajid Javido. By July 19, the government, which launched an intensive vaccination campaign in December, has set a target of vaccinating two-thirds of adults. Currently, 62% of them have been fully vaccinated.

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