Record cases in Britain
Britain on Monday set a record for COVID-19 cases, at 58,784 and an additional 407 deaths, within 28 days of a positive new coronavirus test. That compares with 54,990 new cases and 454 new deaths announced Sunday.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson will address a televised address tonight to announce new restrictions in England, in the face of the launch of a new coronavirus case, which has resulted in calls for a strict lockdown, according to Downing Street. “The spread of the new
British Health Secretary Matt Hancock called the launch of the AstraZeneca and Oxford vaccine against Covid-19 a “triumph of British science”, saying it would be the only long-term way out of the health crisis. “Obviously we have very positive news this morning that the Oxford vaccine has started to be
It’s time for a British court ruling on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, with the long-awaited court ruling ruling on whether the 49-year-old will be extradited to the United States, where he is accused of “espionage” for revealing more than 700,000 US documents. . If Assange is extradited and put on
Britain will become the first country in the world to start vaccinating its citizens today with the vaccine against AstraZeneca Covid-19 and the University of Oxford. Six hospitals in England will provide the first installments of the approximately 530,000 currently available in Britain. The vaccination campaign will be extended to
Boris Johnson could lose his seat and neither of the two largest political parties is likely to secure a majority in the next general election, which is not expected until 2024, according to a new poll. This is the first detailed survey of the public perception of how Johnson handled