The United Kingdom is studying the idea of allowing an extension Fully vaccinated citizens to be able to go on vacation without restrictions, as presented Daily Telegraph. Thus, more than 30 million people can travel outside the country. In addition, the British government will consider exempting Britons traveling to countries in amber and who have received a full immunization schedule from quarantine.
On the other hand, the CEO of Boris Johnson Forced quarantine removed for ten days It is now imposed on people who have been in contact with someone infected with covid-19 if they have already been fully vaccinated. Currently, every time a positive case of coronavirus is detected in the UK, the public health system contacts, through the tracing app, people who have recently been infected and those contacts are asked to self-isolate as a precaution.
The proposal being evaluated by the government will release from the isolation period those contacts who have already been fully vaccinated – with two doses of the vaccine – if they agree instead of this quarantine Have a daily check up. Thus, each negative result will give that person a 24 hour period of freedom from the legal requirement to self-isolate.
Replace quarantine with daily exams
With this plan, most people on the virus contact lists can continue their normal lives. according to timesHealth chief Matt Hancock is in favor of replacing the current quarantine with daily testing. And just last week, 62,000 citizens of this country were instructed to stay at home after coming into contact with someone infected with the COVID-19 virus.
“Vaccines are very effective and we want to keep people safe while minimizing disruption to their lives,” a government source said, acknowledging that it is “of course an attractive option if it proves safe.” The procedure will not be approved until England’s chief medical adviser, Chris Whitty, is satisfied with the result of a study of 40,000 people, which will be completed in late summer, although it will return preliminary results next month.