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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson took to Twitter on Friday to assure businesses and citizens that he has a plan in place to start to reopen the economy after recent COVID lockdowns.
His move comes after Mark Harper, the chairman of the COVID Recovery Group who has been skeptical of the effectiveness of these measures, said it would be nearly impossible to “justify any restrictions” after adults there get inoculated, according to the Yorkshire Post.
Dr. Susan Hopkins, England’s COVID strategy chief, told the BBC last week that any decision to end the current lockdown must be implemented “very slowly, very cautiously.”
Matt Hancock, Britain’s Health Secretary who said last week he used the 2011 movie Contagion to help inform him on the vaccine rollout, told the BBC that health officials “have to follow the data.”
Boat Party Bust
About 70 people were fined last week after they broke COVID regulations and took part in a party on a boat.
The BBC reported that each person could face up to an €800 fine, while the organizer could be on the hook for a €10,000 hit. The boat was moored in North Acton last Saturday. The report pointed out that England banned all parties with more than 15 guests.
TRENDPOST: The fear-spreading so-called Health Secretary, with not a scintilla of professional health expertise and who moronically watches Hollywood movies to determine what health measures are best for the nation, ignore the hard data and scientific facts.
Like the media and the “paid to put out what they are told” bureaucrats, the British government fails to note the low COVID mortality rate for the very young who have been very punished by the lockdowns. 
As for busting the boat party, there is conflicting data as to whether those who are considered asymptomatic can spread the virus. 
Also, as with much of the world, the virus death rate in the U.K. is predominantly among the elderly and those with pre-existing chronic conditions including obesity, type 2 diabetes, asthma, cancer, heart disease, etc. 
Since the virus broke out last February, now, a year later, according to the U.K.’s National Health Service, only 388 people aged under 60 with no underlying health conditions have died from COVID. 
The NHS reported that between 2 April to 23 December, just under 2,000 previously healthy people died from the virus after testing positive. 
As we continue to note, rather than taking measures to protect those most vulnerable, as with other nations, in the locked-down U.K., more businesses and lives are being killed by the draconian mandates than healthy people dying from the virus. 

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