Wearing face masks in “internally connected places”, the government’s new guidelines on coveted corbus will ban words that ban itching as ministers.
Last week, Boris Johnson and new Health Secretary Sajid Javed insisted that covering the face after the so-called “Independence Day” on July 19 would be a “personal choice”.
But speaking to Sky News on Sunday, Vaccine Minister Nadham Zahawi said the link between infection, hospitalization and death had been “severely weakened”, adding: “It’s important. That we should be careful and cautious and that the instructions we will formulate will be demonstrated tomorrow, including the guideline in which people are expected to wear masks on the interconnected areas and of course to be vigilant with their hands and face. “
However, the legal requirement to wear a face mask will be eliminated after July 19. The mirror is reported.
This came to light when the Prime Minister was shown a picture of himself sitting in his car without a face mask.
Separately, Mr Javed, who said daily infections could rise to 100,000 a day this summer, told the Telegraph that it would be “irresponsible” not to wear a face mask in crowded places.
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Labor’s shadow health secretary, Jonathan Ashworth, said lifting all sanctions would be “equally irresponsible”.
If Sajid Javed considers it irresponsible not to wear a mask, then it would be just as irresponsible for his government to implement a plan to eliminate the need for masks when the infection goes up to 100,000 in a day. have been.
“The economy must recover in a safe and sustainable way,” he said.
“This means wearing masks, support for the increased quality of ventilation in the premises, reasonable sick pay, allowing people to continue working from home and ensuring that top flow tests are carried out. “Instead of introducing charges, get access to the test as suggested by Sajid Javed.”
Mr Zahawi also said it was “tough yards” when asked if vaccination rates were declining.
He told Trevor Phillips on Sky News on Sunday: “We need to make sure the virus gets frustrated and tries to infect people, adapt and survive. The vaccination program should continue to strengthen the nation because that is the way we transmit it from an epidemic to a local condition.
It was reported on Friday that Mr Johnson wore a face mask to his face-to-face ride home following England’s Euro 2020 victory.
Despite the driver, security details and even the unveiling of his wife Kerry, he had to leave Wembley Stadium without hiding behind a ministerial Range Rover.
Labor criticized the prime minister, saying it showed “he never took epidemics seriously” and that he had “no sense”.
Until 19 July, taxis and private rental vehicles in England require face masks by law – ڈالر 200 fine for failing to wear them without exception.
Mr Zhaovi, meanwhile, dismissed a Sunday Times story suggesting that the difference between receiving two doses of Cowed Jab could be cut to four weeks.
“Real-world data, medical data shows that the eight-week interval actually offers an extra boost in safety with both doses compared to a further reduction in the interval.”
He said that now the people most affected by the corona virus were those who had not been vaccinated.
Mr Zahawi said the government was considering ways to adapt the NHS app.
“The team is looking at how we use this application to alert people around us who take a positive test,” he said.
And he added: “It is important to look at this new context of the big vaccination program and make sure that it is suitable for the purpose of this new world, for example, maybe five days. It may seem like we have created a pilot, let alone a literal flow test and upload them into the system instead of isolating yourself. “
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