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Corona restrictions are expanding in UK

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The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has expressed grave concern over the growing contagion of the Delta (Indian) variant of the novel Coronavirus in the United Kingdom. The government's plan to completely lift the lockdown in that country by July has been delayed by at least another four weeks in the face of threats from Indian variants. The British Broadcasting Corporation confirmed the matter.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has advised the government to wait longer to ease the lockdown restrictions. Local time Boris Johnson said on Saturday that his government was ready to delay further lifting of the lockdown restrictions in the event of an emergency.

Statistics show that from the beginning of February to June 07, 33,206 delta variants were identified in the UK. Of these, 19,573 did not get vaccinated. One thousand 785 people have been fully vaccinated. Seven thousand 559 people took a dose of the vaccine. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Meanwhile, the growing contagion of Delta variants in the UK has also raised concerns in the US administration. The Biden administration fears that the way this Indian variant has spread rapidly in the UK could create another wave of corona in the US in the next few months.

President Joe Biden's chief health adviser and top infectious disease specialist Anthony Fossey said delta variants currently account for more than six percent of all corona infections in the United States. But the numbers are rising, much like in the UK.

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