Omicron's panic, may take 2 weeks lockdown!

The Omicron variant in the UK is now growing rapidly. At present, the situation is such that the atmosphere is deteriorating every day. According to reports, the government is likely to impose a two-week lockdown to control the situation. Under the recent information received, the government may take some big and tough decisions at its own level after Christmas.

According to a well-known website, lockdown rules are currently being laid down. The list will not allow any indoor meeting except office work, the restaurant will also be restricted to outdoor service. PM Boris Johnson also has a Plan C. Plan C is said to have made a number of suggestions ranging from mild restrictions to lockdown. This is because the number of patients in hospitals is also continuously increasing as corona records are being broken every day in the UK. Now, with this, strict decisions will be taken to control the situation.

In the near future, the Government is going to take major steps and this step is pointing to lockdown and many other restrictions. 90,418 corona cases have been reported in the UK last Saturday and the concern is that 10,000 of these figures are of Omicron. After Delta, Omicron has also become a big challenge for the UK.

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