In Britain health officials have written to all political parties asking them to work together to make sure the country is ready to contain a second phase of coronavirus as a brexit approach.Experts – who include the presidents of the Royal College of Physicians, Surgeons, GPs and Nursing, and the president of the British Medical Association – to request a review of the first phase of the pandemic in order to draw conclusions from it. lessons, including why blacks, Asians, and ethnic minorities took on a “disproportionate burden”.
They also demand for better parliamentary control and the participation of regional actors and local leaders and greater international collaboration “, in particular to limit the difficulties in managing the pandemic due to a brexit”.
In an open letter published on the British Medical Journal website, executives warned that “local flareups are increasingly likely and a second wave of real risk”. They say “significant challenges remain” despite many elements of the infrastructure needed to contain the virus “is starting to be put in place.”
The job is not only to deal urgently with the wide range of impacts of the first phase of the pandemic, but to ensure that the country is well prepared to contain a second phase, they suggest.
A review in the UK of the management of Covid-19 so far is “crucial, as they write, and that must happen soon, if the public is to have confidence that the virus can be contained”.
The review should “not be about looking back, or attributing the fault. Rather, it should be a rapid and forward-looking means of assessing readiness, based on an examination of complex and interdependent areas of policy. ”
They suggest that it should not be manipulated by parliamentary commissions in parliament, but by a cross-party of the commission, establishing “a constructive, non-partisan, four nation, approach which could quickly lead to recommendations practices for action, based on what we have learned to all, and without itself becoming a source of distraction for those on the front lines or in government ”.
Polls show that a majority of the public in support of an investigation, with the Covid-19 Families in Mourning for Justice, as a group, demanding a full public inquiry. “There is a solid case for an immediate evaluation of the preparation, with the first results available no later than August, and that all of its work should be completed by the end of October,” health officials argue. .
The ministers have already said Rossignol’s temporary hospitals set up in the case of the ENM was overwhelmed by Covid-19 cases remaining dormant in the coming months.
Boris Johnson announced Tuesday that the biggest easing in the date of the coronavirus lock in England. The Prime Minister said at the 2-meter distance from the ruler would be replaced by an “1 more meter” rule, paving the way for pubs, restaurants, hotels and movie theaters to start reopening from July 4th.
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