British Health Minister Sajid Javid apologized on Sunday after suggesting that the country should not confront the coronavirus. Sajid Javid took to Twitter on Saturday, a week after announcing he had been infected with the virus, saying that he has made a “complete recovery”. His symptoms were “very mild, thanks to unreliable vaccines,” said the minister, who had received two doses.
“Please, if you haven’t already been vaccinated, let us learn to live with this virus, not curl up,” he said. This reflection led to many outraged reactions, the Union of Victims and Deputies, especially the opposition, deemed these comments offensive to the most vulnerable and noted the sacrifices made by the British during three successive imprisonments in the United Kingdom. , which is one of the hardest-hit countries in Europe with 129,000 dead.
This Sunday, Sajid Javid deleted the controversial tweet and, in a new message on the social network, recognized an “unfortunate choice” in his terms and apologized “sincerely”. “Like many people, I have lost loved ones to this terrible virus and I will never underestimate its impact,” he said. Due to his coronavirus infection, Sajid Javid has been forced to self-isolate as the government lifts most of the latest restrictions in England from Monday, a controversial decision albeit one with calls for caution.
Contact Matters, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is currently ending a ten-day isolation period. Facing an explosion of cases attributed to the highly contagious delta variant, the United Kingdom recently reported 60,000 new cases daily, but appears to have experienced a decline in recent days, at this stage it is not known. without whether its peak third wave has arrived.
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