- Coronavirus cases are on the rise in the UK
- Health minister claims new tensions in UK
- Wood has been planted in many places including London
- Pfizer’s corona vaccine was given in the UK
The coronavirus situation in Britain is getting worse. Tire shutdown has been imposed on 100 million people living in the southeast. The country’s health minister, Matt Hancock, has warned that new strains of the corona virus have arrived at a rapid pace. With this, the lock has been declared closed. Hancock told parliament the rules would take effect in London on Wednesday morning. After this, once again the business has to face an obstacle.
And the task can be difficult
Apart from London, Hertfordshire and Essex also go to lockdown. At the same time, these restrictions will apply to 0% of the country’s population. However, Hancock says he will rest on December 23. The UK saw 20,263 cases on Monday, the third highest since Monday. Hancock said he already knew that the biggest weapon against the virus was quick action, not to wait. He also said that further action could not be ruled out.
Not too dangerous
Hancock warns to meet friends and family at Christmas and says people need to be careful about who meets them. Hancock claims that scientists have discovered a new strain of the virus that is intended to spread rapidly in the UK. He said preliminary evidence suggests it is growing faster than ever before. However, he indicated that it is not very lethal and that there is little concern that the vaccine has no effect.
Vaccinated in the UK
At the same time before this, the UK became the first country to vaccinate people outside the trial against the corona virus. The first phase of mRNA vaccination by US company Pfizer and its German partner Biotech has targeted about one million people. Currently, the vaccine will be given to people at high risk for the virus.