With the availability of both vaccines and the UK ending its departure from EU acceptance on Thursday at the end of the Brexit transition period at 11pm, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was confident about the country and its future as a “surprising moment.” It will be 2021.
Johnson said there were 23,813 patients in the hospital on Thursday evening at 964 and 55,892, of which 1,847 are using ventilators, despite British health officials announcing another high in the number of new deaths and cases per day from Covid-19. Announced. .
The British government has launched a publicity campaign calling on the public to welcome the New Year at home and not attend outside gatherings.
British Vice-Chairman Jonathan Van-Tam explained that the situation is “dark, depressing and dangerous.”
Big Ben comes alive at midnight to signal the New Year, but there won’t be any iconic fireworks that are typically watched by tens of thousands along the River Thames and broadcast to millions around the world.
A key message in Thursday’s public information campaign,’Covid loves the crowd and cancels the party’, urged the British to greet the New Year at home.
Millions more Brits moved to the top Tier 4 Covid-19 alarm system on Wednesday night with the strictest restrictions.
“(As) When the sun rises tomorrow in 2021, we have confidence in the vaccine. Pioneered in the UK, unlike our friends in the EU, and able to do better if needed. You can do global trade transactions for free.
“This is an amazing moment for this country. We have freedom in our hands and it is up to us to make the most of it. Leading the G7 and COP 26 Climate Change Summit in Glasgow and the open, tolerant, extroverted, internationalist and free trade global UK, we run a 12-year campaign of quality education for girls from all over the world.”
“I believe 2021 is the year we can do, and above all, 2021, the year we will end up doing the everyday things we lost in the past. Go to pubs, concerts, theatres, restaurants in rosy nostalgia, or simply join hands with loved ones in the normal way.”
But Johnson argued that Britain was still getting out of the situation and warned that there will be “hard weeks and months ahead”.
Meanwhile, after the UK-EU Brexit, which reached last week, the agreement became law with royal approval.
As the new reality after Brexit unfolds, many aspects of everyday life are likely to change.
This includes the high prices of supermarkets and changes to British visitors to EU member states. There is a 90-day limit for stays for 180 days, queues for non-EU citizens are used at the airport, and immigration authorities are asked to present return tickets and funds for their stay.