The UK government and its scientific advisers have warned that the nation is facing the “worst” and “most dangerous” point of the pandemic, which is under great pressure from hospitals. They warned that the blocking rules should be tightened further. 7 large centers have been opened to provide vaccines throughout England. About 2.3 million people have already been given the first dose. However, about 300,000 people need to be included every day for the government to achieve its goals. Some hospitals have reported a growing number of younger patients admitted to Covid. Teachers have asked to limit the number of students in the school during the closure. The Department of Education has expanded the categories in England to include categories of students who are considered vulnerable and key staff whose children can attend school. Huw Edwards presents BBC News Ten as medical editor Fergus Walsh, health editor Hugh Pym, political editor Laura Kuenssberg and education correspondent Elaine Dunkley. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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