The 2nd lockdown which was imposed in the UK will come to an end on December 2 said PM. Despite, it may increase if the infection rate increase.
The 2nd lockdown which was imposed in the UK will come to an end on December 2 said PM.
Despite, it may increase if the infection rate increase.
Johnson said that he can hope to bring his country back to normal by opening shops and businesses till Christmas. He imposed this partial lockdown last weekend seeing the rise in cases in the hospitals and taking this into consideration.
Last month, he was warned to impose a lockdown seeing the growing cases in Britain which can increase if they deny taking any necessary actions, so he imposed this 2nd lockdown.
Though his colleague Michael Gove said that the lockdown can extend beyond December 2, if they fail to cut off the cases of infection. Though the leader of the labor party gave his opinion that it would be madness if you extend to extend the measures.
The prime minister gave reassurance to the business leaders who were concerned about the lockdown situation.
He stated that it is a difficult time and we will get through this by taking necessary measures before Christmas.
The restriction includes doing work from home wherever possible and the closing of shops, pubs, and bars.
Though it was quite difficult to impose lockdown a second time, it was all done keeping in mind the safety of the citizens. Many people are suffering from financial crises and it is quite difficult to maintain the same life altogether. Coronavirus is affecting the world and it is not quite that surprising seeing the cases, it is important to stay strong and have a belief that everything will be normal again.
Considering the facts and results of the first lockdown on the lives of the people, johnson is under pressure because of his conservative MPs to not impose new restrictions. that would affect the livelihood and jobs of people.
The northern health science alliance reported that the mortality rate is increasing rapidly.
The Government have given some recommendations to the country including:
- More regional resources in the Northern Powerhouse region to increase the NHS Test and Trace system
- Targeting vulnerable and deprived communities in the first phase of the Covid-19 vaccine.
- Reducing child poverty by increasing child benefit, extending free childcare and free school meals, and more investment in children’s services
Britain nowadays is the strongest hit country with the cases of coronavirus and more than 47000 deaths and one million positive cases.