“I really need a haircut,” he said in an interview with Sky News two weeks ago, banging on the British leader’s characteristic and disheveled yellow hair.
The British government’s “cautious but unchangeable” deconstruction program is entering a new phase today, allowing it to resume part of its restricted economic activity. Since the beginning of January, a second national prison sentence has been imposed due to an increase in the Govt-19 epidemic.
According to a study by University College London (UCL), The so-called group immunity is expected to be achieved today in the country, Reaching 73.4% of the population through vaccination or transmission of the disease.
Hairdressers and beauty salons can re-open non-essential businesses such as clothing stores, and traditional ‘pubs’, cafes and restaurants, which until now have been limited to selling food per wicket, can serve drinks on terraces including wine.
Unlike previous feeds, Customers do not have to order ‘substantial food’‘ [copo] There will be no beer or reduced night time.
Some enclosed spaces, such as gyms and swimming pools, libraries or community centers, may operate with certain rules, but open spaces are preferred, allowing zoos and amusement parks to reopen.
If it is not involved in the sharing of health facilities, accommodation is allowed in independent houses or camps.
The next phase of deflation is scheduled for May 17, when the government agrees to lift the ban on foreign travel. And living together in closed spaces, but the outcome depends on whether the epidemic curve continues to fall and is under control.
Of the latter, the number of daily deaths is about 50 and the number of infections is less than 3,000, a 95% reduction from the peak of 60,000 cases a day in January.
Boris Johnson is on some alert because of the danger of a new wave of epidemics forcing new prisons, But the goal is to “continue the map of the path to freedom” on June 21, removing all restrictions.
Despite recent accidents with the astrogenic vaccine, it has caused tension with the EU and is now linked to some thromboembolism. The UK has been able to make significant progress with its vaccination program Thanks to that drug developed at Oxford University.
More than 31 million people have already been vaccinated with the first dose The vaccine against Govit-19 and six million received a second dose, and products from AstraZeneca or Pfizer e Moderna are expected to accelerate in the second quarter.
The government’s goal is to complete immunizations for all adults before August.