Covid-19: As The Death Toll From The New Corona Outbreak Rises, Britain Is Losing Contact With The Outside World. More Than Forty 40 Countries Impose Ban On UK Originated Flights and Travellers.
Updates 16 January 2021: UK closed, no flight to the UK. From January 18 to February 15, no one will be able to enter in the UK from any country, Boris Johnson
Please do not leave your home, National Lockdown announced in the UK. We have to change a lot to compete with the new type of Corona, the British Prime Minister.
The United Kingdom is said to be the only country to have carried out the most severe lockdown in Corona’s time and to punish those who violated the lockdown. However, the epidemic is still not under control in Britain. Strict lockdowns are still in place across the UK and even children’s schools have not been reopened.
Now Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made another tough decision, announcing the complete closure of London, saying that no one from abroad will be able to come to London and no one will be able to leave London.
Vaccines are currently given in 2 doses, at least 21 days apart.
10,021,471 people had been given the first dose by the end of 2 February 2021.
498,962 people had been given a second dose by the end of 2 February 2021.
UK Latest Corona Virus Covid-19 Data 3 February 2021 at 1100 GMT
19,202 new people had a confirmed positive test result reported on 3 February 2021.
There were 753,031 tests reported on 28 January 2021. This shows an increase of 6.2% compared to the previous 7 days.
Between 22 January 2021 and 28 January 2021, there have been 4,190,584 tests۔
Some people who go to the hospital need to use a special device called a Mechanical Ventilator to help them breathe.
There were 3,638 coronavirus patients in hospital beds with a mechanical ventilator on 2 February 2021.
19,202 new people had a confirmed positive test result reported on 3 February 2021.
Between 28 January 2021 and 3 February 2021, 156,771 people had a confirmed positive test result. This shows a decrease of 25.1% compared to the previous 7 days.
There were 32,851 patients in the hospital with coronavirus on 1 February 2021.
Between 31 January and 15 January 2021, there have been 3,316,019 people who have had a confirmed positive test result.
There were 1,322 deaths within 28 days of a positive test for coronavirus reported on 3 February 2021.
Between 28 January 2021 and 3 February 2021, there have been 7,448 deaths within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test. This shows a decrease of 13.4% compared to the previous 7 days. Source
A new strain of the corona-virus is spreading rapidly, leading to the introduction of Tier Four restrictions on millions of people living in England, Scotland, and Wales over Christmas 2020.
Following the news of the rapid spread of a new type of coronavirus in the UK, Britain’s European neighbors have begun closing their doors to its tourists.
The emergence of a new strain of coronavirus in the UK has caused great concern across Europe as it could spread faster than the first strain.
France has banned all air, sea, and land travel, including rail from Britain, for 48 hours from Sunday night.
Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands have also issued orders for the suspension of flights from Britain, while Ireland has said it will impose restrictions on flights and boats from neighboring countries.
Belgium says it will close its borders to all flights and trains, including the UK’s most popular Eurostar service.
“The new type of code recently discovered in London is of concern to us and our scientists will investigate it,” said Italian Health Minister Roberto Esperanza. In the meantime, we will use the utmost caution. ”
Italy has made it mandatory for people from the UK and those already there to take the test.
These travel restrictions have further complicated the problem for Britain, which is finally seceding from the European Union on 31 December 2020 after a one-year transition period. London and Brussels have so far failed to reach a consensus on the Brigadier General’s Trade Agreement, which could lead to chaos in the transport of goods.
Coronavirus and Concern Of UK Citizens
In the general public of the UK, people are raising questions that how did the virus, which did not exist in England, become so common in some parts of the country?
Government advisers on the new infection are somewhat convinced that it is more easily transmitted than any other type of virus.
Everything is still in its initial stage and there is a lot of uncertainty. The list of questions to ask is too long.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has said that Tier Four will be implemented in the Southeast, including London, while the five-day easing of restrictions on Christmas will now be relaxed for one day only. Shops, gyms, and hairdressers will remain closed but people will be able to leave home for work, exercise, and education or childcare. People in the Tier Four area will not be allowed to make Christmas bubbles, but in other areas, only on Christmas Day 3 family members will be able to meet.
He said that the review of Tier 4 would take place on December 30. 2020. People should also take care of the rules on the New Year.
It is a known fact that viruses change their form all the time and there is a need to pay close attention to whether the behavior of the virus is changing or not.
Why is this new type of virus a cause for concern?
Three things are happening together, which means that attention is being drawn to it.
- This new type is rapidly replacing the old version of the virus.
- The structure of the virus is changing, which affecting the most important part of the virus
- Some of these changes have already been seen in the lab which increases the virus’s ability to infect cells.
All these things combine to form a virus that can spread easily.
However, experts are still not sure about that. At the right time and in the right place, any type can be as common as in London. Until a few days ago, only Tier Two restrictions were in place in London.
But Tier Four restrictions are being used to justify the spread of different strains of the virus.
How fast is this new Coronavirus species spreading?
The new strain of the virus was first identified in September 2020. About a quarter of those infected in London in November was infected with the new strain of the virus. By mid-December 2020, that number had risen to about two-thirds.
Scientists are trying to calculate how many different types it can be?
But here it is difficult to calculate what is different because of the behavior of people and what is different because of the virus.
The figure cited by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson ( on the basis of Dr. Eric Walls of Imperial College London research) is that up to 70 percent more viruses can be transmitted. He said that this could lead to an increase in the number of ‘R’ which indicates that if an epidemic is increasing or decreasing, it is at a rate of 0.4.
How far has it spread?
This type is thought to have either appeared in a patient in the UK or entered from a country where It has little ability to monitor changes in the coronavirus.
Apart from Northern Ireland, variants of the virus can be found all over the UK. But it is mostly concentrated in London, the South East, and East England. Apparently, no such cases have started in other parts of the country.
Next Strain is a worldwide organization that monitors the genetic code of viral samples. Its figures show that such cases in Denmark and Australia have come from the UK. Similar cases have been reported in the Netherlands.
A similar pattern that has emerged in South Africa has seen some similar variations, but the two seem to have nothing to do with each other.
Five Ways to Be Satisfied, Positive, and Optimistic.
For many, the last five months have been extremely traumatic. The global epidemic has left millions suffering, suffering, trauma, financial distress, unemployment, and constant loneliness.
Now Christmas is over and winter is a long dark month which is very difficult for many people even in ordinary days. But health experts say there are some ways you can stay mentally alert and satisfied.
1-Keep Yourself Active and Busy
In many countries, in winter it is impossible to walk out of the house for exercise because of the cold, but almost all experts seem to agree that there is no better way to stay mentally and physically healthy. And there can be no way.
Exercise releases a chemical called endorphins into our bloodstream, which helps reduce pain and relieve pain.
“Our bodies and minds are inseparable,” said Dr. Michael Houghton, a professor at King’s College London.
According to Dr. Houghton’s research, exercise stimulates electrical impulses in the emotional parts of the human mind, especially in the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex.
He says it is very important for mental health. It helps to keep these parts of the mind active and vibrant. “If you don’t exercise, these parts of the mind slow down.
Not exercising or reducing exercise increases your risk of depression and depression. Exercise increases your body’s production of protein or organic compounds, the ‘brain-derived neurotrophic factor’ or BDNF, which is important for mental health.
“You can call it brain fertilizer,” says Dr. Houghton. It stimulates certain parts of your mind. According to Dr. Houghton, just 10 minutes of exercise can be effective. “Anything that makes you breathless, such as brisk walking, gardening, or cycling, can be effective.”
2-Do Not Think Too Much
Taking up healthy pursuits will help you to stop worrying, which is a great way to do it, according to Professor Lisa Feldman Burrett, a psychologist at Northeastern University, Canada. She calls it “getting out of mind.”
People often live with their problems and remember their negative thoughts over and over again. Professor Wilde has some simple tips that can help solve this problem.
She says that if you are worried about a problem and after thinking for half an hour you do not find a solution or you keep thinking about a problem over and over again and it does not give you a way out. Forget about it.
Instead of worrying or worrying about something, it is important to focus on finding a solution. Instead of worrying, you should ask yourself what is the solution to this problem. It is not an easy task to stop thinking or worrying.
Some people will advise you to stay physically active as it will help you change your mind. However, it requires training. It’s natural to worry about something. But many of your worries are not real.
One study found that only one in 10 people with mental illness had a real problem. One explanation for this is that the evolutionary process that man has undergone is due to him. This has led to negative thinking and fear in humans, which is our defense system from the dangers that can lead to physical disability or death.
3-Set New Goals
Setting new goals in your life can also help you a lot in life. It can be a great goal to learn a new language and a small intention to try a new food recipe. If a big goal is difficult for you, then set a small and easy goal.
That is to say, if there is a job that requires a little more effort, it helps you move forward in life and gives you a sense of oneness and a sense of pride.
For many people, this can be a great help in maintaining their mental state. For Dr. Burnett, innovation is fundamentally beneficial.
The epidemic of COVID-19 has made it difficult to meet and the cold has made it even more difficult. It has become a big problem for millions of people and it is also creating serious mental problems for them. Therefore, as many social connections as possible should be increased.
“We are not created to live on our own,” says Emeritus Elizabeth Cupers, a professor at King’s College London. Talking to others can be a good way, but how we do it is very important.
5-Do It The Wrong Way, But Do It
Lisa Feldman Burrett, visiting Professor at the University of Plymouth says optimistic people have longer lives, better relationships and better immune systems.
The good news is that you can create hope. It’s a mental element that can make a difference in your life and it’s not something that’s out of your control. How to do the first principle in Professor Reims’ version of ‘do it badly’?
In other words, never wait for the best work to be done when you have the right time and the right day. This is especially true in the winter when you think twice about doing something because of the weather.
She says that a critical voice from within us constantly prevents us from doing many necessary and important things. She says get to work and think that in the beginning, you will not do it properly. When you do something, the result is not so bad and it is always better to do nothing.
Will Corna Vaccines work against a new form of the virus?
Almost certainly yes, or at least yes for now.
All three known vaccines cause an immune response to the existing spike. Vaccines train the immune system to attack many different parts of the virus, so vaccines should work even if any part of the virus has changed.
List Of Countries Halted UK Originated Flights and Nationals.
The list of countries who have banned all flights originated from the UK is the following;
- Czech Republic
- El Salvador
- Hong Kong
- Saudi Arabia
Corona Cases In UK Uptill 20 December 2020