Ten months after the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, the UK has crossed another tough milestone, with more than 80,000 deaths in the 28 days of the Covid19 positive test. Scientists who have advised the government have warned that even more stringent blocking measures should be taken because the new variant of the virus is highly contagious. Buckingham Palace said the queen and Prince Philip have been vaccinated as the program continues to protect the elderly and vulnerable. Considering that the government’s measures of imprisonment are even stricter, Derbyshire police said they are conducting a review to review the decision to impose £ 200 fines for a five-kilometer walk for non-compliance with five women’s blocking rules. Reeta Chakrabarti has been featured on BBC News Ten by health correspondent Katharine Da Costa, correspondent Jon Donnison and Iain Watson. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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