United Kingdom. Isolation is no longer mandatory upon arrival

United Kingdom.  Isolation is no longer mandatory upon arrival

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom announced on Wednesday that there will be small changes in the measures taken to control the epidemic. Anyone returning home after 4:00 am this Friday (in the mainland of Portugal at the same time) is not required to take the test before boarding. There is no need to wait in isolation for a negative result when it comes to PCR: a quick test can be done and it is mandatory to do PCR only if it is positive.

Like Labor leader Khair Stormer, in solitude, Angela Rainer, the party’s vice president, responded to Boris Johnson’s statement in the House of Commons. Referring to the Prime Minister’s view that the nation should “fit in” with the Omigron wave, Rainer said the National Health Service (NHS) was “not riding the wave properly” but “fighting for it. Do not float.”

Many hospitals have declared a state of emergency in recent days due to staff shortages. This condition is reported when the leaders of each hospital consider the most basic treatment to be at risk. “Be honest with people,” Raynor urged Johnson.

Changes made by executives in response to recent requests from representatives of the tourism and aviation sectors. Airlines UK and Manchester Airports Group have called for the lifting of all test controls on the Covit-19, saying its real impact on controlling the Omigron variant numbers in the UK is minimal.

Judging by the message that Johnson brought, the government agrees. The UK has reported 194,747 new cases and 334 deaths in the last 24 hours, but these figures include the number of deaths in hospitals between January 1 and 4.

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