New England Health Minister Sajud Javed said on Sunday that the conservative government was preparing to lift recent restrictions against Govt-19, warning that the country should “learn to live” with the disease.
Javid, who replaced Matt Hankco on June 26, left to violate health standards by kissing an assistant – in an article in “The Daily Mail” saying that “there are health reasons” to remove the limits introduced by the epidemic.
We are leaving for July 19th [quando o executivo planeia completar a desaceleração do confinamento imposto em janeiro passado], But we have to be honest with the people about the fact that we can not get rid of Govt-19. ”, The minister wrote, quoting Ebes.
Javid, who previously served as head of the Ministry of Economy and Home Affairs among other ministries, explained that his first job in the Ministry of Health was to “restore liberties and learn to live with Govt-19”.
In several interviews, Housing Minister Robert Genrik said that the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson planned to remove all remaining restrictions, including the wearing of masks, and that health care practices would be left in its hands. “Personal responsibility” of citizens.
While the government is paving the way for a full reopening of the community, those who have been vaccinated may also be isolated as changes in international travel are predicted – doctors warn that certain safety measures must be maintained to protect the health sector.