The prevalence of Covid-19 in Britain is growing rapidly. But now shocking information has come to light in this regard. The growing number of corona patients in the UK is due to a new type of coronavirus. The new coronavirus is a reason to increase the number of infected cases in Britain and European countries. Strict lockdown restrictions will be imposed in and around London from Wednesday, following reports that the coronavirus is different from the previous virus. The news in this regard has been given by PTI.
Matt Hancock, Britain’s health minister, told a member of Parliaments in the House of Commons that the new virus had doubled the number of coronaviruses in many parts of the world in just seven days. Matt announced the new lockdown restrictions, saying that urgent and very important tough decisions need to be made. Third-tier lockdown restrictions will be imposed in and around London because of the growing number of patients. Which means it’s about to be the most delusional time of the year, as well. “A new type of corona has been discovered in Britain. This is likely to be the main reason for the increase in the number of patients in the south-east of England, “said Matt. Matt also explained that a thousand patients are infected with the new coronavirus.
The supply of Pfizer / Biotech corona vaccines to health centres in the UK has started from Monday. Vaccination will begin in the UK this week. The vaccine will be given first to the elderly and then to the first batch of Corona warriors. According to the National Health Service (NHS), Covid-19 vaccines are being supplied to more than 100 centres across the country. In some places, Covid-19 vaccination started on Monday. Vaccination in the remaining places will start from today (December 15, 2020).
NHS primary health monitoring indicators Dr Nikki Kanani said, “Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other primary health care workers are eager to participate in the vaccination campaign against coronavirus.” This will be the largest vaccination campaign to be implemented through the NHS, Kanani said.