Germ Awareness & Face Coverings 2023
If the cost of living was not bad enough with people freezing and ambulances not getting to people on time there should be no surprise to have another spanner thrown into the works with the dreaded C###d word making the rounds again. The (C) word was never eradicated but it was stable through herd immunity, so reading the following statement has got my mind blown…
The Transport Secretary Mark Harper has said that even though those traveling from China will have to have a negative test, those who are positive will not have to quarantine upon entry into the UK, despite Beijing admitting there have been many deaths.
UK will allow Chinese travelers with positive Covid tests to enter the UK and not quarantine despite in ‘Shanghai 70% having the virus.
UK will allow Chinese travelers with positive Covid tests to enter the UK and not quarantine despite in ‘Shanghai 70% have the virus’ – London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com
Health chiefs urge the public to wear face masks which will minimize the spread of Covid, flu, and scarlet fever which is ‘circulating at high levels
It’s a bit of a coincidence that all this has happened since Brexit with the lockdowns, the rise of inflation, and cost of living and strikes to the healthcare and emergency services.
Health chiefs urge the public to wear face masks which will minimise spread of Covid, flu and scarlet fever which is ‘circulating at high levels’ – London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com
The advice, issued by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is warning that it is “likely” that Covid, flu, and scarlet fever will continue to rise in the coming weeks.
The UKHSA are advising parents who have a child with a high temperature of 38C or higher to keep them out of school.
Professor Susan Hopkins, the chief medical adviser at UKHSA, said adults should “try to stay home when unwell” and those who venture out should “wear a face covering” to prevent the spread of infection.
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