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Corona raises concerns again in Britain, plans to remove lockdown may get stuck in balance

The plan to remove the lockdown in Britain may be stuck in the balance as officials and scientists are urging caution on the spread of the B1.617 form of the corona virus and the country’s health minister has said that among the new cases of infection, the virus This form of AD is estimated to account for three-quarters of cases.

According to data from Public Health England, the executive unit of the Health Department, cases of this form of the virus have increased by 3,535 since last week and the number has increased to 6,959.

Britain’s Health Minister Matt Hancock said on Thursday that the government already feels that matters will increase with the easing of sanctions. He said, ‘‘According to the latest data, more than half and probably three-fourth of the new cases of infection are due to this form (B.1.617).’’ According to Public Health England, the most affected areas are Bolton, Bedford and Blackburn.

According to this, however, there are only a few cases of this form in most parts of the country. Government scientists have clarified that the level of infection will increase with the easing of restrictions. In view of the situation, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has also said that England needs to & lsquo; & lsquo; wait for & rsquo; & rsquo; to remove all anti-Kovid sanctions. May be required for which the date of June 21 has been fixed.

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