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Britain reduces gap between both doses of Kovishield, rules for people over 50 years old


London: Britain is increasingly vaccinated to fight the corona virus. Britain has now reduced the time between giving both doses of Kovishield. Now the gap between the two doses has been made for 8 weeks. However, this rule has been applied only to people above 50 years of age. Along with this, both the dosages will be given to the seriously ill people in 8 weeks. In Britain, the time between the two doses was 12 weeks for them earlier.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday that the second dose of the vaccine early to protect people over 50 years of age and from the disease virus. will be given. Johnson also said that the reopening plan could be disturbed due to increasing cases of Dominate Corona virus variants in India in the UK. England will take the next step for reopening on Monday as per their plan, but currently rising matters may cause a setback to the last stage set for June 21. Johnson said that & nbsp;"I don’t think we need to delay our roadmap. "

Will do everything possible to keep people safe- Johnson & nbsp;
Johnson said "This new variant can cause a serious obstacle in our progress. Whatever will happen to keep the people safe, we will do it." The Ministry of Health stated that the B1.617.2 variant has started spreading rapidly in northwest England and decisive action is being taken to prevent and control its spread to some extent in London. In view of this, the second dose will be given to those above 50 years of age. According to officials, the cases of this variant were 520 last week which increased to 1,313 this week. & Nbsp;
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The government will take the next step after the data of the variants spread >
Johnson said that the government is waiting for figures that will indicate whether the new variant is more transmissible than other variants. Only after this, the government will take the next step. Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty revealed that scientists believe it is more transmissible, but it is not certain how much it is.

& nbsp; Trust the vaccine People >
Johnson said that a successful vaccine campaign has reduced cases in the UK over the past few months and officials are confident that the vaccine will be effective against this variant. He said that, we should trust our vaccines and the situation is being closely monitored. & Nbsp; Britain is slowly reopening its economy after months of sanctions due to the Corona virus. On Monday, many things will resume in England, including pubs and restaurants.

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