(London) Health officials identified 93,045 cases in 24 hours, setting a new record for the third consecutive year of covit-19 pollution in the UK on Friday.
According to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Omigron is facing a “tidal wave” due to variability, raising fears that it could sink into the healthcare system, with the United Kingdom, the country most affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, being overall saddened. 147,048 people died, of which 111 were registered on Friday.
If in the UK, the British government was content to reintroduce the wearing of the mask in most public places (except pubs and restaurants), to promote teleworking as much as possible, and at the same time to introduce the Health Passport to large gatherings, much to the displeasure. With some majority MPs, the Scottish and Welsh local governments have decided to go further.
In Scotland, pro-independence Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Omigron is now dominating, and people are being invited to stay home as Christmas approaches. “The tsunami I warned about a week ago is starting to hit us now,” he said Friday.
Companies are legally required to take “reasonable action” from Friday to control the spread of the virus. Pubs are encouraged to return to table service instead of bar service.
In Wales, Prime Minister Mark Drakeford has ordered nightclubs to close from December 27.
In the face of diversity, the United Kingdom has further accelerated its vaccination campaign and aims to provide an incentive dose to all adults until the end of December.
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