More relief from action in the UK comes a month after “Independence Day”
Vaccination is no longer available if it comes in contact with an infection. Daily cases are below expectations, but deaths have increased.
A month after “Independence Day”, the British government holds the message that Govt-19 is a “serious health hazard” but facilitates measures to stimulate the economy. From Monday, August 16th, people in the UK will no longer have to be isolated from the vaccine if they have been vaccinated against Govt-19 or under.
According to the company PortugueseInstead of being isolated, people in this situation are now advised to have a PCR test and can wait indefinitely if there are no symptoms.
The move was welcomed by many companies who have to deal with a shortage of workers as anyone involved with a positive case needs 10 days of isolation. The government has been criticized for calling the sound of the tracking application “PingTemic” which generated nearly 700,000 self-isolation alerts a week in the UK and Wales.
The end of isolation for vaccinated people and minors is the latest change in anti-epidemic measures since July 19, “Independence Day”.
On that day, Boris Johnson’s government removed major social restrictions in the UK, such as the forced use of masks, the restriction of outdoor gatherings, the closing of clubs, or isolation when visiting certain places.
Autonomy of powers means that each of the other regions (Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) has different rules and schedules.
Last week, the statistics sector reflected the recent reopening of the economy after a growth rate of 4.7 percent and a gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 4.8 percent in the second quarter.
As of July 20, 96 deaths related to Govt-19 and 46,558 new cases have been reported in the UK within 24 hours, reflecting the reduction in the number of weekends on Monday “Independence Day”.
About a month later, data released on Tuesday pointed to 170 deaths (154 in the UK alone) and 26,852 new cases (22,712) within 24 hours, far from the 100,000 daily infections allowed by the government in the summer. However, this is the highest number of deaths in a single day since March 12 (175).
Since the outbreak, the UK has recorded 131,149 deaths in more than 6.3 million cases of the virus causing the Govt-19 virus. Earlier this week, more than 40.8 million people completed the vaccine (77 percent), and 47.3 million (89 percent) received at least one dose.
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