British Prime Minister Johnson gets 3rd dose of coronavirus vaccine
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has received the 3rd dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, known as the “reminder dose” against the coronavirus.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnsonhas received a 3rd dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, known as a reminder or booster dose. Johnson, 57, explained the booster dose vaccines after getting his vaccine, stressing that the vaccines will protect against the Omicron mutation.
People shouldn’t cancel Their New Year’s Eve shows because of mutations, Johnson
said. “What we are doing is trying to respond in a balanced and proportionate way to the spread of the Omicron mutation,” he said.
Recalling the government’s measures against mutation, Johnson said, “We are particularly focused on transportation and
travel. Very difficult measures have been taken for everyone who wants to come to this country. Under the new rules, if you’ve come into contact with someone with an Omicron mutation, you need to isolate yourself. Measures related to the use of masks have been increased.”
Johnson explained that the most important thing people can do is get vaccinated and have reminder doses for those who meet the appropriate
Under the UK government’s plan to combat the Omicron mutation, anyone aged 18 and over in the country will be able to get a third dose of the vaccine against Covid-19.
The government plans to apply booster vaccines to all adults in the country by the end of January.
Meanwhile, in the UK, where the Omicron mutation has been seen, everyone from abroad is required to take a PCR test on day 2 in the country and isolate themselves until they get a negative test result.