Covid-19 Monthly Update January – 每月疫情更新2022年1月

Covid-19 Monthly Update January – 每月疫情更新2022年1月

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I. Key messages and update On Thursday 27 January, England returned to Plan A measures following the huge success of the vaccination programme and falling Omicron infections. Most of the rules in place under Plan B have ended: Work from home guidance has been dropped Face masks are no longer compulsory (although some shops have asked customers to keep wearing them and they are required by Transport for London) Covid passes are no longer compulsory at venues and events From Monday 31 January: In care homes there will be no limit to visitor numbers, self-isolation periods will be cut and rules for managing outbreaks will be eased II. Covid Variants and Impact on Health As the virus reproduces when it infects people and because it uses our own cells to…
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WEEKLY UPDATE 26 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月26日

WEEKLY UPDATE 26 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月26日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I: The Roadmap Out Of Lockdown  The ‘stay at home’ order will be lifted on Monday 29th March although you are advised to stay local. If all goes well, Step 2 will be triggered on Monday 12th April Remember: each step will only be implemented if 4 tests are satisfied:                            Test 1 The vaccination programme is on schedule Test 2 Hospitalisations and deaths are reduced Test 3 The NHS is not overwhelmed by a surge of new cases Test 4 New variants of concern can be adequately managed If these tests are not met, we will not move to the next stage. Therefore, it is advisable to wait before you book holidays abroad as restrictions could continue beyond…
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WEEKLY UPDATE 19 February 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年2月19日

WEEKLY UPDATE 19 February 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年2月19日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I: ‘The roadmap out of lockdown’  In December, the Government said it would publish the ‘roadmap out of lockdown’ on Monday 22nd February.  Boris Johnson PM has stated that he will be guided by data, not dates.  NHS Providers – a membership body of NHS organisations – has set out 4 tests that it says must be met in order for lockdown to be eased:  Case numbers and the R number must drop significantly NHS capacity must return to levels where it can treat all patients  All top 9 priority groups must be vaccinated (projected by end of May) The Government must have a strategy to identify and control future outbreaks  http://bit.ly/3az0g4I II: Vaccination programme  Over 65’s  If you are aged 65+ you should receive your vaccination invitation from the…
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