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UK Health Minister Sajid Javid, in his speech to parliament, explained the UK’s fall and winter planning in the fight against Kovid-19.
Stating that the government has created a “plan B” in the fight against Kovid-19 in case things get worse during the winter months, Javid said that plan will take effect if the pressure on the NHS becomes unsustainable.
Noting that the plan in question includes curfews as a last resort, the legal obligation to use masks in certain environments, vaccination passports and home work, Javid said: “Every official, the government must be prepared for all possibilities, and even if these measures are not the result that everyone wants, we must be prepared for any eventuality.
THIRD DOSE VACCINES WILL BE STARTED WEEKLY
Calling attention to the importance of Kovid-19 vaccines in his speech, Javid said: “The latest data from the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that almost 99% of Kovid-19 deaths during from the first half of 2021 are people who have not been vaccinated for two doses. noted.
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Stressing that the third dose of Kovid-19 vaccine is an “important way” to keep the virus away in the long term, Javid said they will start the third dose of the vaccine next week.
INFLUENZA IS A SIGNIFICANT RISK THIS YEAR
Noting that influenza poses a very significant risk this year, Javid said that while the influenza vaccine is less effective, it is still very valuable and therefore they will try to encourage greater use of the influenza vaccine. .
Sajid Javid noted that 81% of people over 16 had received two doses of the vaccine. he said.
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