British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out a raft of new measures due to the increasing number of cases of people with Covid 19 in the country. He began by setting out all the changes that the government had put in place using things such as social distancing measures and hand washing to try and reduce the reproduction rate of the virus. Now due to the fact that cases are beginning to increase again, more measures have to be put in place to avoid the country going in to a second full scale lock down.
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The UK is in the midst of the Covid 19 pandemic with cases starting to rise again. There has been talk of some areas going in to another lock down to try and avoid the disease spreading. People who experience symptoms are advised to go and get tested at one of the many centres round the country, however this can sometimes involve a lot of travelling as some testing centres may be a few hours drive away from where people live.
A campaign has been launched to help raise funds for the production of a couple of story books which aim to preserve the memories of NHS workers who have lost their lives during the Covid 19 pandemic. The money raised will go to help support NHS charities and the good work they do.
Most schools around the UK will have now reopened following the Covid 19 lock down. They will have had new hand washing stations and sanitising stations added to make sure children can keep their hands clean on a regular basis and avoid catching the virus. The lay out of the schools will also have had to have been changed to ensure social distancing. To help with this, most schools will have input one way systems in classrooms and corridors to ensure that pupils can maintain a 1m+ distancing from each other.
9.4 million people in England have a long standing, limiting disability, illness or condition. That's the equivalent of 18% of the population, almost one in five. The Football Association believe that there should be opportunities for everyone in the sport which are flexible, inclusive and accessible.