The sudden counterattack of the epidemic in Britain has attracted the attention of the whole world.
In the past two weeks, the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in London, the capital of the United Kingdom, has almost doubled. Later, the British government announced that the virus had mutated and was more vulnerable to infection. At present, more than 40 countries, including the United States, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands, have banned British flights from entering the country.
France has suspended all flights and ferry services to and from the UK, paralyzing British ferry terminals and European tunnels to France, according to The Independent. British Prime Minister Johnson is actively lobbying France to reopen its borders in order to resume important freight transportation.
A new, more infectious COVID-19 strain is raging around London and the southeast of England. Land, causing serious concern around the world. Europe and the rest of the world are considering short-term bans on AI. r Travel from the UK.
According to the Independent, France has suspended all traffic from the UK until pm 11.59. On Tuesday, December 22.
The worst situation is across the English Channel linking the UK to France. The derriy terminal at Dover is closed, leaving traffic jams due to French border Trictions.
The British Metropolis Daily said that for the UK, the epidemic in 2020 has gradually worsened, and described the UK as now a “Christmas hell”. Many Britons rushed to supermarkets and stores to buy Christmas food yesterday because they were worried that France temporarily closed the British border for 48 hours, which might lead to a shortage of Christmas food in Britain.
Sainsbury’s supermarket group in the United Kingdom said that some fresh fruits and vegetables had begun to show shortages. These include citrus fruits, salad vegetables and broccoli. However, the vast majority of Christmas food is well stocked to temporarily cope with demand.
French President Macron asked all British truck drivers entering France to be tested for the virus within the next three days, and drivers who tested negative will not be allowed to enter the country.
Fear of holiday food shortage has sparked a Christmas panic buying.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged people to shop normally, and added that he had “a excellent con” “Veration” with French President Emmanuel Macron to end the lorry logjam at Dover.
But supermarkets said that unless France cancels the fresh fruit and vegetable supplies, it will be affected. He 48 hour block.
Supermarket Sainsbury’s warned of product shortages. It warned, “If nothing changes, we will start to see lettuce, some salad leaves, cauliflowers, Broccoli and citrus fruit – all imported from the continent.
Metro newspaper mocked the “Jingle Bell” holiday as “Jingle Hell”.
British Prime Minister Johnson has also drawn up an emergency response plan to carry out large-scale virus testing for all truck drivers to and from European tunnels in order to end the current freight crisis.
On December 21, Johnson called on French President Macron to reopen the border as soon as possible, and stressed that the risk of transmission of the virus is very low because the truck driver sits alone in the cab.
The report also revealed that France closed its border on December 20, causing about 6,000 trucks to be diverted to the dock in Dover, England.
Boris Johnson plans to mass-test the lorry drivers in order to reopen the port after personal ap peal to French President Emmanuel Macron.
On December 21, global financial markets fell significantly, and the FTSE Global Index fell 0.8% on Monday, the worst performance in three weeks. Panic sell-off in European stock markets triggered a decline in the stock market, with the European Stoke 600 index closing down 2.3% and the London FTSE 100 index down 1.7%.
The EU’s drug administration has approved the use of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, which means that the 27 member states of the EU will start vaccination plans within a few days.
Johnson said Monday that more than half a million people in the UK have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Earlier this month, the UK became the first country in the world to be vaccinated against a vaccine jointly produced by Pfizer and BioNTech.
Global markets fall as more nations join the UK travel ban.
The FTSE All-World Index fell by 0.8% in 2020, which is the worst of three weeks. The drop was led by a sell-off in Europe, with the regionwide STOXX 600 closing at 2.3% and d London’s FTSE 100 sinking 1.75%.
Over F. F. Million People Have Received COVID-19 In The UK P Rime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday.
This month’s month is the world’s first to roll out the P vaccine Fizer and BioNTech.
Throughout England, it is possible to be listed as the highest level of Level 4 restricted areas on New Year’s Day.
The Daily Mail reported that Vallance, the chief scientific adviser of the British government, has warned Prime Minister Johnson that by New Year’s Eve, the number of coronavirus patients in hospitals in England will peak in April this year and will continue to increase in January next year.
However, the report quoted the British government as saying that a nationwide blockade order would not be implemented soon.
According to the Daily Mail, science chief Chris Whitty warned that there were confirmed COVID-19 hospital cases. It can match the new year of April’s peak, and experts warn that there will be a “human disaster” unless there is a new n ational lockdown.
However, the report quoted the British government as saying that nationwide lockdown will not e imposed soon.