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Corona’s case arose in Britain, school closed in London

The UK government has ordered the closure of all primary schools in London and the resumption of new sessions on Monday amid rising rates of Covid-19 infection across England. After an immediate review, the Department of Education (DFE) decided that the “status quo structure of education” only applies to the entire capital, rather than to some people.

The decision ended England’s opposition and the growing demands of all school teachers’ unions. Pressure is mounting on the National Health Service (NHS) and a large number of Kovid patients are being hospitalized. Gavin Williamson, the UK’s education secretary, said: “As infections continue to rise across the country and especially in London, we must take steps to protect our country and the NHS. We will continue to review and reopen classes as soon as possible.

According to officials, the evidence shows that as the situation in London deteriorates, new types of Covid-19 infections are on the rise across the country. The government said most of the cases in London, the south-east and the east of England had new strains of the coronavirus. Infection rates have risen faster than expected in areas where new strains of the virus are spreading and strong measures are needed to control the virus.

Matt Hancock, the UK’s health secretary, said: “Last week we saw an increase in infections and hospital admissions across London, and hospitals were under increasing pressure. We must strike a balance between education and transfer rates and the pressure on the NHS.

There were about 53,285 new cases of Covid-19 in the UK on Friday, with 613 people dying from the disease. The death toll in the country has risen to more than 0004,000. The head of the National Health Service (NHS) has warned that the situation will get worse in the next few weeks and this will put more pressure on the health sector.

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