Corona Rules in France and British government does not plan to introduce stricter Corona rules in England

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In France, full vaccination will become a prerequisite for attending events, restaurants or for long-distance travel starting Jan. 15. A negative test would then no longer be sufficient, as Prime Minister Jean Castex said on Monday evening (Dec. 27) in Paris. In addition, there is to be a mask obligation in the city centers as well as a home office obligation on at least three days in the week. Eating and drinking on long-distance journeys, in sports venues and in cinemas will be prohibited, and in restaurants people will only be allowed to drink and eat while sitting down. However, schools are to reopen as planned on Jan. 3, and there will be no curfew restrictions on New Year’s Eve, the prime minister announced. To the report

Despite record levels of new infections every day, the British government does not plan to introduce stricter Corona rules in England for now. Health Minister Sajid Javid urged the public Monday (Dec. 27) to be vigilant, celebrate New Year’s Eve outdoors if possible and take a rapid test before attending events, the BBC reported. For Christmas Eve, U.K. authorities subsequently reported 122,186 new infections – the most in a single day since the pandemic began. Javid said the highly contagious Omicron variant now accounts for about 90 percent of cases. However, several studies suggest milder disease courses and lower hospitalization rates with Omicron. This played an important role in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision not to tighten the rules, it said.

  • sourcer: news agencies/picture: pixabay.com
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