Covid News: Britons push for all restrictions to be dropped after Prime Minister ‘lost credibility’ | United Kingdom | News
Prime Minister wants mandatory mask wear, homework and vaccine passports to stay in place for another three weeks after data showed a record one in 15 people in England had Omicron on New Year’s Eve An. Tory MPs were angered by the prime minister’s move and insisted the restrictions must be dropped as hospitalizations and deaths are low compared to peaks in previous variants.
In a poll of 1,310 Express readers, held Jan.5-6, 71% of voters said the UK should remove Covid restrictions entirely, while 27% said it shouldn’t not and 2% were not sure. A reader commented on the recent Christmas party scandal in which members of the Conservative Party attended parties during the lockdown.
They said: ‘Johnson and his government really can’t ask everyone to obey the lockdown after what they’ve done because they’ve lost all credibility.
âThey still think it was perfectly fine for Johnson and co. To ignore the foreclosure rules they set, when tens of millions of Britons obeyed them at great personal sacrifice, many in very circumstances. difficult and tragic.
Another reader, Mark, said: âOf course he should have lived on his knees far too long. I’ve had three covid shots, one flu shot, plus one shingles shot and one pneumonia shot, if that’s not enough what is it?
They added: “Non-vaxxers should have proof of a negative test dating back less than 24 hours each time they enter a public space. That’s right, and anti-taxxists can always demonstrate their right not to get stung.
âThere should be no penalty for private sector companies wishing to separate from staff who refuse vaccinations. “
But Ben P and others disagreed, he said, “It’s simple – the only place you should need a vaccination passport is to enter is a hospital.”
A majority of voters, 66%, said all travel restrictions should be lifted and border testing removed, while 30% said they should not, and 4% were not. sure.
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