British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab stated that all adults in the country will be given the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine by September.
It was reported that a new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) case was admitted to the hospital every 30 seconds in the UK.
Speaking to Sky News, Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of the National Health Service (NHS), stated that hospitals and healthcare professionals in the country are under “extreme pressure”.
Noting that the number of inpatients across the country has increased by 15 thousand since Christmas, Stevens said that this number is equivalent to filling all the beds in 30 large hospitals.
Stevens stated that a patient is admitted to hospitals every 30 seconds in the UK due to Covid-19.
First dose of Covid-19 vaccine can be given to all adults by September.
On the other hand, British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab shared with Sky News that the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine will be given to all adults in the country by September.
Raab noted that the suspension of the “travel corridor” list, in which passengers from some countries are exempted from quarantine, is a “precautionary measure”, and that they are evaluating all measures, including quarantine in hotels, to prevent the entry of new species of Covid-19 into the country.
Stating that the government will publish the exit plan “when the time comes” regarding the relaxation of Covid-19 measures, Raab stated that they will not remove all of the measures in one go and will put forward a gradual approach.
After the emergence of a faster-spreading type of Covid-19 in England, serious increases in cases and casualties began to be seen.
In the country, it was announced yesterday that 1295 people died due to Covid-19. In the country where 41 thousand 346 new cases were detected, it was reported that 37 thousand 475 people continued to be treated in hospitals due to Kovid-19, and 3 thousand 789 of them were in intensive care.