(London) British Health Minister Sajid Javed on Saturday pointed out that the new regulations would interfere in the UK as a “last resort”, believing it was necessary to learn to “live with it” despite the increase in Omigron cases. Corona virus.
The United Kingdom, one of the most affected countries with more than 148,600 deaths from the epidemic, records pollution levels every day (more than 189,000 in 24 hours on Friday).
Although the Omigran variant appears to cause less severe forms than the delta, hospitalization is on the rise.
“The number of people in intensive care units is stable and is not following the path we saw during this period during last year’s Alpha wave,” Sajid Javed said in a column in the Daily Mail.
The government decided not to impose new restrictions on holidays in the UK as the country is in a “very strong position” thanks to a major vaccine stimulant campaign, which, unlike in Scotland, continued in Wales and Northern Ireland.
“Restrictions on our freedom should only interfere as a last resort,” he said. Javed said on the tabloid. Emphasizing the “enormous health, social and economic cost” of prisons, he felt the need to provide himself with a way to “live with the virus” through vaccinations, treatments and massive screening.
However, the minister acknowledged that the health services would be “inevitably” under pressure in the coming weeks due to the “drastic increase” in hospitals.
Newspaper Daily telegram However, it pointed out on Saturday that the government could extend the recommendation for teleworking from mid-December to January.
For the New Year, Tory Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that despite the fact that more than 70% of people in the UK actually have it, the official goal of providing stimulant medicine to all adults by the end of December has been achieved.
According to a study released Friday by the British Health Safety Agency (UKHSA), patients infected with Omigran, who received the vaccine booster, had an 81% lower risk of being admitted to the hospital than those who had not been vaccinated.
Faced with an increase in hospital admissions, the Public Health Service (NHS) has announced that it will set up temporary structures to open hundreds of beds ready for “bad conditions.”