to the NHS, as he draws up the next step on the roadmap for recovery to prepare
a potential Second Wave of the Coronavirus. It comes with reports that he wants
to change the guidelines so that more people can come back to work.
second COVID-19 wave, Mr Johnson is going to make his financing promise as
winter approaches. The PM will also explain how Britons live with the virus,
after one of its older scientists warns of further infections, if social
distance is easier.
Johnson will change guidelines to tell staff throughout the country if they can
return to work. Sir Patrick Vallance, his chief scientific adviser, warned of
enterprises remains a completely good option for different distancing measures because
it is easy to do,” he said to MPs in the Commons Science and Technology
think it’s actually not detrimental to productivity. And in that situation,
there’s absolutely no reason I can see to change it.
|An additional £3bn will be pledged for the NHS this winter|
It follows warnings about the future
of businesses which serve workers on their lunch breaks or on their commute,
following significant job losses at some high street chains.
“Thanks to the hard work and sacrifices of the British people, the virus
is under control and we have eased restrictions in a cautious, phased way.
that now is not the time for complacency, and we must make sure our NHS is
battle-ready for winter.
of measures to protect against both a possible second wave, and to ease winter
pressures and keep the public safe.”
Hospital is to be open until the end of March 2021, if it is overwhelmed, but
largely not needed.
by the end of October for furthering the test and trace program to increase its
test capacity to a half million antigen tests daily.
|Sir Patrick Vallance said working from home is ‘a perfectly good option’|
government, a marketing campaign will be held to emphasize testing centers to
increase the number of people who check whether the virus occurs.
program by the Health Secretary Matt Hancock was made to reduce medical
assistance for winter flu.
Sir Patrick warned that 120,000 more deaths could occur this winter in the
“reasonable worst scenario.”
Brokenshire noted that a study did not take into account additional government
intervention, because he said Sky News “was not absolutely
inevitable,” a second wave of COVID-19 infections.