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We must live with “Corona” like influenza


Confirm that there are no problems with the supply affecting the dosing at the present time

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that people should live with the Corona virus in the long term just as they do with the flu with the availability of a vaccine, adding that there are no problems in the supply that affect the doses at the present time.

“The only reason I can say … we must learn to live with Covid as we live with influenza … in the long term, of course, is because we have this program for vaccination and the ability to develop our vaccines,” he told Parliament.

Johnson – according to Sky News Arabia – had said that the British people should continue working from home wherever possible until the government finishes a broader review in the coming months of social distancing measures and the use of masks.

“We will conduct four reviews; one of which will assess the amount of time that we need to maintain in social distancing and the use of masks. This will also provide guidance on working from home which should continue where possible until this review is complete,” Johnson told Parliament.

The review will be completed before the start of the final phase of the government’s plan to ease lockdown measures to counter the outbreak of Covid-19, which is scheduled to occur on June 21 at the earliest.

Johnson also told Parliament that the government will continue to take all necessary measures to protect jobs and livelihoods for those who need support during the pandemic.

He said Finance Minister Rishi Sunak will announce the details when presenting the budget to Parliament on March 3.

British Prime Minister: We must live with “Corona” like influenza


Previously

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that people should live with the Corona virus in the long term just as they do with the flu with a vaccine available, adding that there are no supply problems affecting the doses at the present time.

“The only reason I can say … we must learn to live with Covid as we live with influenza … in the long term, of course, is because we have this program for vaccination and the ability to develop our vaccines,” he told Parliament.

Johnson – according to Sky News Arabia – had said that the British people should continue working from home wherever possible until the government finishes a broader review in the coming months of social distancing measures and the use of masks.

“We will conduct four reviews; one of which will assess the amount of time that we need to maintain in social distancing and the use of masks. This will also provide guidance on working from home which should continue where possible until this review is complete,” Johnson told Parliament.

The review will be completed before the start of the final phase of the government’s plan to ease lockdown measures to counter the outbreak of Covid-19, which is scheduled to occur on June 21 at the earliest.

Johnson also told Parliament that the government will continue to take all necessary measures to protect jobs and livelihoods for those who need support during the pandemic.

He said Finance Minister Rishi Sunak will announce the details when presenting the budget to Parliament on March 3.

February 23, 2021 – Rajab 11, 1442

12:54 AM


Confirm that there are no problems with the supply affecting the dosing at the present time

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that people should live with the Corona virus in the long term just as they do with the flu with the availability of a vaccine, adding that there are no supply problems affecting the doses at the present time.

“The only reason I can say … we must learn to live with Covid as we live with influenza … in the long term, of course, is because we have this program for vaccination and the ability to develop our vaccines,” he told Parliament.

Johnson – according to Sky News Arabia – had said that the British people should continue working from home wherever possible until the government finishes a broader review in the coming months of social distancing measures and the use of masks.

“We will conduct four reviews; one of which will assess the amount of time that we need to maintain in social distancing and the use of masks. This will also provide guidance on working from home which should continue where possible until this review is complete,” Johnson told Parliament.

The review will be completed before the start of the final phase of the government’s plan to ease lockdown measures to counter the outbreak of Covid-19, which is scheduled to occur on June 21 at the earliest.

Johnson also told Parliament that the government will continue to take all necessary measures to protect jobs and livelihoods for those who need support during the pandemic.

He said Finance Minister Rishi Sunak will announce the details when presenting the budget to Parliament on March 3.





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