BRitons will be asked to “move lives forward” amid a change in government messages this summer, despite growing concerns that millions of people are being forced to self-isolate in a pingemia.
According to The Times, the slogan “hands, face, space” will be dropped in favor of “keep moving life”.
It comes as France has announced that public cultural places and places of recreation that accommodate more than 50 people will begin to check people’s health records before authorizing them.
The health pass proves that the wearer has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, has already had the virus and is considered immune, or has received a negative test result within the last 48 hours. It occurs the day after the announcement by the Minister of Health Olivier Véran of 18,000 new contaminations in 24 hours.
Nightclub owner questions Prime Minister’s leadership on vaccine passports
A nightclub owner has questioned Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s leadership on plans to force Covid vaccine passports on club gates from September.
Peter Marks, managing director of Rekom UK, which owns 42 nightclubs including the chains Pryzm, Eden and Fiction, said he felt “utter disbelief” after hearing Mr Johnson’s plans for the clubs later this year.
At a press conference on Monday, the day clubs reopened for the first time in 16 months, Mr Johnson said proof of a negative test aged 18 and over would no longer be considered sufficient to enter nightclubs from September.
Mr Marks said that while he understood the difficulties faced by the government due to its need to “navigate all the icebergs of different factions”, he did not agree with the latest plans.
Arsenal cancels US trip after ‘small number’ of positive coronavirus tests
Arsenal withdrew from the Florida Cup and canceled their preseason trip to the United States after a “small number” of their touring team tested positive for Covid-19.
The Premier League side were due to face Inter Milan in the first round of the tournament, which also includes Everton and Colombia’s Millonarios.
In a statement announcing their withdrawal, Arsenal did not say how many members of their touring group have tested positive for the virus, or whether any players were among those diagnosed with coronavirus.
“Following a small number of positive Covid tests among the group scheduled to travel to America tomorrow, we were unfortunately forced to withdraw from the Florida Cup,” the statement said.