On the 1st April shielding in the UK stops, and for those of us who are high-risk, I am sure we have mixed feelings about it. Although it’s not necessarily bad, it’s not a good thing either.
Allowing us out of lockdown means the virus can continue to spread if we’re not careful. We we’re being asked to wear masks in shops when they were open, but we should also be masking up in all public spaces including parks.
Whilst I appreciate we all want something resembling ‘normal’ back for the first time in over a year, unless we mask up, there is nothing to stop the virus from continuing to mutate and spread, for us to catch Covid-19.
Even with the first jab you can still catch covid. Whilst the additional issues around the blood clotting Oxford AstraZeneca issues are still not resolved, more countries are choosing to disband with the vaccine for now.
Coming out of lockdown, although welcome for many, will come at a cost if we fail to take the necessary precautions. moving forward.
According to the independent scientists, you’re looking at 2022 before anything that resembles ‘normal’ returns. The UK government need to bear that in mind.