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COVID-19- UK HITS 88, 367 NEW CASES AS LEAGUES HOLDS ON

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The COVID-19 is getting out of hands in the later of 2021, information reaching Ghanaonthe globe shows that, the British government has reported 88,376 new Coronavirus cases, this is second consecutive record.

The Omicron virus has also fuel the worries of getting infected.

This has made some clubs in UK requested for the postponement of the EPL since most players are getting infected.

Companies across the UK are braced for mass disruption caused by staff shortages as rising numbers of workers call in sick with coronavirus, raising fears of more supply-chain problems ahead of Christmas.

Some executives fear a return to the sort of disruption experienced during the summer “pingdemic”, when people were forced to self isolate after coming into contact with Covid. Public services are also expected to be hit.

Boris Johnson, prime minister, warned that the “wave of Omicron continues to roll in” and cautioned that the doubling rate of the new variant in some regions was less than two days.

France said on Thursday it will tighten restrictions on travellers arriving from the UK.

The move comes after South Korea announced it will reinstate stricter social distancing rules on January 2, six weeks after easing them, as the number of new infections and serious cases spirals.

 

Source: Ghanaontheglobe.com

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