Boris Johnson plans to delay lifting the remaining coronavirus restrictions in the UK by a month after his chief medical adviser pressures him to postpone the move following a surge in Covid-19 cases. is.
The limit will be lifted on June 21, but UK Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty is seeking a four-week delay. The Prime Minister will announce on Monday.
Lifting of restrictions is expected to be delayed as the NHS competes to vaccinate more adults. Covid-19 infection and surge in hospitalization All over the UK due to a variant of the coronavirus named Delta. Approximately 15 million adults remain unvaccinated in the UK, including 2 million over the age of 50, according to an analysis by the Financial Times.
According to the report, 9 out of 10 new Covid-19 cases are delta type. Public Health England Report released on Friday.
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