Britain will have COVID-19 Test, Twice a week
Britain will have COVID-19 Test, twice a week
Every citizen in England will be recommended to take a Covid-19 test twice a week as per the new Covid-19 management system. Passports are now assessable for a wide-scale use, under Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan, which is to reopen the economy as soon as the exit of lockdown.
Free COVID-19 test kits are to be made available through the local pharmacies, community centers and home delivery services, when this alternative plan will be in action after April 9.
With most of the adult population now receiving vaccine, the government believes rapid testing of the entire population together with the new Covid status certification system will help keep control over the pandemic as soon as the restrictions are eased.
English PM is still to release the details later on Monday, before the next announcement regarding the lifting curbs for businesses and citizens due on April 12.
Some quality efforts are being made by the British public to stop the covid-19 outbreak as told by the PM and we will continue to make good progress on vaccine program and our road-map to carefully easing ongoing restrictions with regular rapid testing are more important to make sure none of these efforts are wasted.
UK has suffered the highest death toll in Europe so far and is still recovering back from the country’s deepest recession ever happened in past 300 years.
Ongoing vaccination program that has seriously outpaced the rest of the continent has seen 31.5 million people given at least one shot so far, which as a result will put UK in a fairly excellent position to reopen even if the nearby countries are locking down again.