Tuesday, 2 February 2021

Covid-19: UK 'must come down hard' on South Africa variant


BBC shows the interesting news about UK and the new South Africa variant.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock leads today's coronavirus briefing from Downing Street, joined by Prof Stephen Powis, national medical director of NHS England, and Dr Susan Hopkins, from Public Health England.

You will enjoy watching the BBC News about Coronavirus: Government Downing Street briefings.

1 comment:

  1. Unfortunately, many scientists think that the coronavirus variant first recorded in southeast England is likely to" sweep the whole world." Unfortunately, this virus strain could become the most dominant global strain. Good luck, everyone, with trying to reduce the spread of the deadly virus.

    In history, the biggest plague in Great Britain was probably the Great Plague of 1665/1666. This was the last major outbreak of bubonic plague in Great Britain. The last recorded death from plague came in 1679, and it was removed as a specific category in the Bills of Mortality after 1703.

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