Britain slams COVID-19 self-isolation to seven days for most of the England's occupants

Britain slams COVID-19 self-isolation to seven days for most of the England's occupants ...

LONDON, Dec 22 - The British government said from Wednesday it was reducing the COVID-19 self-isolation period to seven days from 10 days for people in England who have a negative outcome on a flow test two days in a row.

With the rapid growth in the UK and the recent news of the recent recession, many industries are struggling with staff shortages, especially hospitals, if they have warned of the danger of impacting the patient's health.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said its analysis suggested a seven day isolation period and two negative lateral flow test results had nearly the same protective effect as a 10-day isolation period without testing.

I want to improve the impact of COVID-19 on the everyday lives of the people, said Sajid Javid, secretary of health.

Rapid lateral flow tests, provided by the National Health Service, can be self-administered by individuals at home and give results in 15-30 minutes.

As a result of a negative lateral flow, if the result is given on day six and day seven of their self-isolation period, a government agency said, that the people who are affected by the outcome of a negative outcome are free if they cannot isolate for 10 days, it said.

The UKHSA said it strongly advised those who leave their self-isolation after seven days to limit their contact with others in crowded or uncontrolled places, work from home and minimize the possibility of contact with the most vulnerable people to COVID-19.

The new approach reflects the latest evidence on the time and nature of the transmission of the virus, and provides support for essential public services and supply chains over the winter, while reducing the spread of the virus ".

There are 129 people who have a liar omicron variant, and so far 14 have died with them according to the UK government.

have said they will introduce new restrictions to reduce the spread of the virus.

But in on Tuesday the Prime Minister said that he was not introducing. The situation remained very difficult and the government might need to act immediately.

Less restrictions will depend on the data received.

"As the prime minister said, the decision is perfectly balanced. The whole government is looking at all the data on a daily basis and we examine it more closely," said Javid.

He said that if a new restriction were required, the government wouldn't hesitate to act.

The UK Health Authority said it will publish its latest assessment on Monday of the severance of Omicron.

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