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LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that no new measures were needed in the UK to fight the தெளிவாகmicron variant, which was “clearly lighter” than previous forms of the corona virus.
“The path forward for the country as a whole is to continue on the path we already have,” Johnson said. “Of course we’ve going to review some of the actions, but the combination of things we’ve doing right now, I think it’s right.”
Despite the dramatic increase in the number of epidemics, Johnson has so far opposed the new restrictions, which represent more than 80% of the population in the UK. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have already imposed some new measures governing their own rules.
Johnson said the pressure on hospitals will be “substantial” in the coming weeks, but that Ômicron is “clearly lighter” than previous variants and that the country is in a stronger position than it was at the onset of the epidemic.
The UK has “very, very high” vaccines, the Prime Minister said, and the country continues to improve its safety with its booster dose program.
“The vast majority of people in the intensive care unit have not been vaccinated and the vast majority – about 90% – have not received a booster dose,” Johnson said at the vaccination center in Buckinghamshire, in the south-east of England.
Johnson last month imposed a series of so-called “Plan B” measures in the UK, including the mandatory use of masks on public transport and shops, but did not impose restrictions on closing meetings or establishments.
The government on Sunday announced that school-age children in the UK will be required to wear safety masks when returning to school after the Christmas holidays.
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