Hillary Clinton urges U.K. to mandate vaccines right now

10/25/2021 1:39:00 PM

'I do think it's imperative that the prime minister do what he can to stop the rise in COVID in the U.K.,' Clinton said.

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'I do think it's imperative that the prime minister do what he can to stop the rise in COVID in the U.K.,' Clinton said.

'I do think it's imperative that the prime minister do what he can to stop the rise in COVID in the U.K.,' Clinton said.

Clinton told Marr it's"imperative" Johnson takes action to combat rising coronavirus infections in the U.K."I do think it's imperative that the prime minister do what he can to stop the rise in COVID in the U.K.," Clinton said."He doesn't need to shut the society down, but he does need to mandate vaccines."

Clinton said she supported the implementation of"vaccine passports" to access indoor venues, but she added that mandates requiring workers to be vaccinated or lose their jobs were also needed."Part of what we've done in New York, for example, is all of the big health systems, hospitals and the like, they've mandated vaccines," Clinton said.

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Clinton told Marr it's"imperative" Johnson takes action to combat rising coronavirus infections in the U.K. They must send a picture of their lateral flow test to verify the result, and failure to do so could result in a fine of £1,000. "I do think it's imperative that the prime minister do what he can to stop the rise in COVID in the U. For the research, tests were given to 740 patients who had signed up to be part of a registry run by Mount Sinai, one of the largest hospital systems in New York that has been treating Covid patients since the early days of the pandemic.K. Travellers will still need to complete a passenger locator form before they return.," Clinton said. 30 and Nov.

"He doesn't need to shut the society down, but he does need to mandate vaccines. Health Secretary Sajid Javid said: "I'm delighted that from today eligible travellers to England, who have had the life-saving Covid-19 vaccine, can benefit from a cheaper lateral flow test, providing faster results.6 months after patients had contracted the disease." Clinton said she supported the implementation of"vaccine passports" to access indoor venues, but she added that mandates requiring workers to be vaccinated or lose their jobs were also needed. "Part of what we've done in New York, for example, is all of the big health systems, hospitals and the like, they've mandated vaccines," Clinton said." Media caption, Laura Foster explains how lateral flow tests work and how to do one Dr Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency, said it was "critical" that people with positive lateral flow tests "get this checked" with an NHS PCR test. "For example, one very large one, 77,000 employees, 1,000 refused to get vaccinated. While hospitalized patients were more likely to have cognitive impairments, patients who were only treated in the emergency department also had developed thinking problems. They were fired. Since 4 October, fully-vaccinated passengers travelling to the UK from any non-red list country no longer have to take a Covid test before setting off. However, that toll counts only deaths attributed directly to the virus; the national statistics service Rosstat has reported tens of thousands of deaths in which the virus was considered to be a contributing factor.

" 'We're Not Going Back to Lockdown' She added:"I think you've got to make it clear that we're not going to go back to lockdown, that is not going to happen. But, if you don't get vaccinated and if you don't have proof of vaccination when you go into a club or a restaurant, and employers don't enforce vaccines, we may see some problems here in the U. 'Job isn't finished' Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has repeated his call for people to get their booster jabs as the UK reported more than 40,000 daily Covid cases for the 11th day in a row. At Northwestern Medical Center, some Covid patients ended up with such severe cognitive deficits that they could not care for themselves after being discharged, neurologist Dr.K. as the weather gets colder and people are forced back inside again. Mr Johnson, who has so far resisted calls by some health experts to reintroduce Covid restrictions despite rising infection levels, said: "Vaccines are our way through this winter." to combat a surge in coronavirus infections.. And there is no way to walk between the raindrops.

The U. "This is a call to everyone, whether you're eligible for a booster, haven't got round to your second dose yet, or your child is eligible for a dose - vaccines are safe, they save lives, and they are our way out of this pandemic.K. government has , but Health Secretary Sajid Javid said it wasn't necessary to implement Plan B rules, which include mandatory face masks in some settings and so-called COVID passports. Prof Stephen Powis, NHS England's national medical director, warned the country faced the prospect of a "tough winter". In an appearance on BBC Breakfast, Javid also said he would support plans to make it mandatory for healthcare workers to be fully vaccinated. Read more .