With regular corona test: Johnson plans “normal life pass” – politics abroad

With regular corona test: Johnson plans “normal life pass” – politics abroad
With regular corona test: Johnson plans “normal life pass” – politics abroad

A mask exemption by the government? This should restore everyday life in Great Britain if Prime Minister Boris Johnson (56) has its way.

With two negative corona tests in one week, people in Great Britain should be able to get a “normal life pass”, according to the Telegraph newspaper.

The measures that are currently still being developed by the government in London are intended to make normal everyday life possible again. The passport should be a letter or a document that can be saved on the mobile phone.

Regular tests should be a prerequisite for receiving the certificate.

No mask requirement thanks to a government passport?

Together with the government vaccination program, the “normal life passports” are intended to enable everyday life in Great Britain without restrictions. According to the “Telegraph”, the mask requirement for those with the passport should be lifted.

Family reunions would be possible again, as the normal distance rules would no longer be necessary, so the “Telegraph.”

Former Health Minister Jeremy Hunt (54) welcomed the government’s plans last week and put pressure on Boris Johnson: He should set a deadline until Easter from which tests that can be carried out at home will enable a more normal life to be returned should.

The government must give people an incentive to get tested so that they can go back to normal shopping, work and walking if they are negative.

In the UK, individual ministers had already considered issuing an “immunity passport” for those who had already survived Corona in April. At that time, according to Health Minister Matt Hancock (42), the state of science was not yet developed enough to take such a step.

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has generally spoken out against the issue of passports in the past. People who have survived an infection with the coronavirus may no longer take any precautionary measures and worsen the spread of the virus.

Christmas YES, but an extra lockdown in January?

As BILD reported last week, plans by Boris Johnson had already leaked in Great Britain, according to which practically everything should be the same for five days from Christmas Eve: Up to four families / households should be allowed to spend five days together and celebrate within closed rooms.

The catch: The “bill” should be served to the citizens in January: Five extra days of lockdown in January for every relaxed holiday under the Christmas tree.

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