In a statement to the UK Parliament, Prime Minister Boris Jhonson pointed to the reopening of all schools by eight March.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson
In Britain (Vaccination Program) on a large scale, under the threat of corona is in operation. In such a situation, Prime Minister Boris Jhonson is going to relax the lockdown restrictions from Monday. With regard to the third lockdown of Britain, Boris Johnson believes that this may be the last lockdown. The reason behind this is that due to the large-scale vaccination (Vaccination), the pressure on hospitals has come down.
In a statement to the British Parliament, Johnson pointed to the reopening of all schools by 8 March. It is being seen as the first step to be taken for a normal life. PM Johnson said that he will bring a careful plan, due to which there will be no need to implement lockdown again. Significantly, PM Johnson was criticized for not dealing with Corona properly and giving early waiver of restrictions last year.
Roadmap will be made to get out of lockdown
In front of the House of Commons, PM Johnson said, Today I will carefully set a roadmap to get out of lockdown. He said, our priority has always been to bring children back to school, which we know is important for their education as well as their mental and physical well-being. PM said, we will also take care of giving people a chance to meet with loved ones again.
17 million people received their first dose of vaccine
Britain is among the countries around the world which have been badly affected by coronavirus. Here more than one lakh 20 thousand people have died due to infection. Britain was the first country in the world to launch a large-scale vaccination campaign in December. But the lockdown was re-enacted in January amid growing Corona cases. More than 17 million people have now received at least the first vaccine dose, which is one-third of the adult UK population.
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