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Sport Purge of the Indian Viarirant in England: London is defending itself to take action

16:30  16 may  2021
16:30  16 may  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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The British government has been defended Sunday for taking action to tighten the restrictions for travelers from India, facing a worrying thrust. From the Indian variant to England likely to disrupt the continuation of the deconformation.

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The British Government has been defended Sunday to take action to tighten the restrictions for travelers from India, facing a worrying thrust of the Indian variant in England likely to disrupt the prosecution Deconformation. On April 19, the Executive had decided to place India on the red list of countries whose travelers are forbidden from entry into the United Kingdom, except residents for about ten days to the hotel. The measure had been applied in early April in Pakistan and Bangladesh neighbors.

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This announcement had intervened on the day of cancellation, by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his official visit to India, his first major displacement abroad, due to a worsening of the pandemic in that country. The Minister of Health, Matt Hancock, refuted Sunday the fact that the decision to put India on the Red List was postponed because of the conservative leader's trip. "We make these decisions on the basis of evidence," he said on Sky News. He claimed that India had been put on red list before the Indian variant is designated as "varying under investigation" and because of the "high positivity rate" travelers from this country.

a concern in northwestern England and London

Boris Johnson warned that the Indian variant could disrupt the lifting of almost all restrictions in England, scheduled on June 21, if he continued. Thereby propagate, after a concern in northwestern England and London. Despite the calls for the caution of scientists, he said, however, that there was no reason to repel the planned easing on Monday, with the return of the service into rooms in pubs and restaurants, the reopening of the cultural places and the Stages in limited capacity, and the resumption of travel abroad. The Scientific Committee advising the Government (SAGE) considered that there was a "realistic possibility" that the variant is up to 50% more contagious than that appeared at the end of 2020 in the southeast in England. The latter resulted in a soaring contamination and deaths in the United Kingdom, binding the country to reconfine for long months in January.

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if it turns out from 40% to 50% more contagious, soften restrictions on Monday could "lead to a substantial recrudescence of hospitalizations" which would be "similar or more important than previous peaks", when the health services were at On the edge of the saturation, warned the committee.

The number of cases attributed to the Indian variant in the United Kingdom climbed 520 last week at 1.313 this week, according to the Ministry of Health. To stop the propagation of Variant B1.617.2, the interval between the two doses of vaccine (up to three months) will be reduced to eight weeks for people over 50 and most vulnerable, while screening will be strengthened in the affected areas. "If people have been vaccinated twice (...) We have a growing certainty, based on first laboratory data (...), that vaccines are effective against the Indian variant", which is likely to become "Dominant" in the United Kingdom, "said Matt Hancock on the BBC. More than 36 million people received a first dose of anti-Covid vaccine since the launch of the vaccination campaign in early December, and nearly 20 million had a second.

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A botched-up plan for procuring jabs has dried up stocks and sent prices soaring on the private market."It was a game of 'fastest finger first'," she says. "The slots filled up in three seconds." But the hospital cancelled her slot at the last minute: they had no vaccines. Ms Marathe went back to try for another appointment.

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