Young Global Leader Rishi Sunak To Reintroduce Social Distancing and Face Masks Across UK




British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who is one of Klaus Schwab’s Young Global Leaders, has vowed to reintroduce social distancing, working from home and mandatory masking to “ease pressure on the NHS.”

Per The Daily Mail:

Dailysceptic.org reports: Professor David Livermore, a microbiologist at the University of East Anglia (and Daily Sceptic contributor), told MailOnline that the public are currently more vulnerable to viruses due to prior Covid restrictions and it is a “period we have to pass through”.

However, Professor Sam Wilson, a virologist at the University of Glasgow, told the Guardian: “Where it is possible, taking voluntary steps to reduce transmission — reducing contacts, wearing high-quality masks in crowded indoor spaces, and isolating if you have symptoms — will help reduce the pressure on the NHS.”

And Dr. Stephen Griffin, an infectious disease expert at the University of Leeds, told MailOnline that he “fully endorses” limiting contacts.

This is what we’re up against guys – and it’s not just for Covid anymore.

Professor Carl Heneghan and Dr. Tom Jefferson ask what happened to Theresa Coffey’s plan to increase 999 call handlers and add 7,000 extra hospital beds this winter? On December 24th, 99,097 General and Acute Beds were open, they note, which was up from down from 99,364 beds on November 14th.

As for increasing the booster rollout to ease NHS demand, are minsters completely sure about that?

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