The number of vaccines being given in the UK is a really positive lift after a tough year.
At the time of writing, more than 30 million people in the UK have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine in an impressive response that means that the vaccination rates are among the highest globally.
This is a ray of optimism for many; there is evidence the vaccination is reducing transmission and many of us are looking ahead and hoping for a return to a more normal and unrestricted future.
However, we can’t be complacent and at this point in the vaccination programme timeline, there are still many individuals who would be vulnerable to covid infection, meaning that if there was a surge, the NHS would still be under enormous strain. Coupled with the easing of restrictions means there are still plenty of opportunities for infections spreading and mutations developing that may exacerbate any subsequent surge.
As a result, we must still remain vigilant with our hygiene standards, even with the ever increasing number of vaccine doses administered. Surfaces which may have regular contact with skin, such as door handles and light switches, will still require thorough sanitisation, as well as making sure our hands are clean.
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As we approach the lifting of many restrictions we can look forward to sharing the things we’ve missed most with those we love to be with. If you need a reminder of the changes being made for the next few weeks always check the government website.
We often seeing increases in diseases according to seasonal changes. Some examples of this include the annual cycle of flu that often happens as people come together at the start of term in education environments.
his is a question we’ve all considered recently. Will things ever be the same again? Or are some of our behaviours and experiences changed forever?