The increase in hospital admissions could deal with the government’s Plan B. Corona virus In the winter, the health secretary said.
Defending not to take any more drastic measures, Sajid Javed said that vaccines, boosters and new treatments currently offer a “very strong” package of tools.
He denied that the UK was in the same position as last year, saying that the “big, big difference” was that the vaccines were offering a strong defense against Covid 19.
But what is the difference between Plan A and Plan B?
Mr Javed told MPs that the five-pillar project was “a comprehensive plan to run the country in autumn and winter”.
- Booster jobs for over 50 and weak Who else is eligible here?
- Offering the vaccine to children between the ages of 12 and 15
- Development of new antiviral treatments
- Ongoing NHS test and trace and free PCR test and lateral flow test.
- Vaccination of NHS frontline and social care personnel is likely to be a condition of deployment.
- Encourage people to meet outside wherever possible and give fresh air inside the house.
- Wearing masks in crowded places.
- The biggest flow job rollout.
- Support global efforts to maintain vaccination and border defense.
- International travel rules will be announced later.
Sajid Javed announced that there is a backup plan.
He said: “We’ve seen how quickly the virus can adapt and change, so we’ve developed a plan of emergency measures that we can only call for if there is to be sustained pressure on the NHS. They need help to stop and get the help of statistics.
“These measures will address the need for clear and immediate precautions.”
Government scientific advisers will monitor hospital admissions and how overwhelmed the NHS is.
Plan B includes:
- Mandatory use of face mask.
- Cowed Certification (Vaccine Passport)
- Work from home
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said not all measures would necessarily be taken together, noting that “small changes could have a huge impact” due to the population’s immunity to the disease.
What are the current rules for cowardice in England?
- Face masks are expected to be worn in enclosed areas.
- Facial masks should be worn in hospitals such as NHS settings.
- Some shops and public transport operators require passengers to wear masks such as MetroLink.
- If you test positive for covid, you should isolate yourself for 10 days.
If you are asked to do so by NHS tests and traces, you should isolate yourself.
- People with covid symptoms should be isolated for 10 days – until they have a negative PCR result.
You do not need to be isolated if you live in the same home where you live with coyotes or if you have been fully vaccinated.
Follow the traffic light system for international travel.
- Ventilate the interior.
The rules and advice for corona virus in England can be read in more detail. gov.uk website here.