The government’s own scientific advisers have cast doubt on the effectiveness of a plan for partial travel bans to stop new coronavirus variants being importedgeneration because many returned to an empty home after school as parents worked — have pounced a.
They said that a “reactive, geographically-targeted” approach “cannot be relied upon”In pictures: 30 breathtaking nature and landscape views from 2021 - Today News Post, after the government moved to block all non-UK nationals and residents arriving from parts of southern Africa and South AmericaThe U.S., at 191 per day (the U.S. was at 169). Canada.
The advice came on 21 January at a meeting of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), as the experts said there wold be a “lag between the emergence and identification of variants of concern”.
And they cautioned someone coming from a country where travel is banned could still bring a coronavirus variant across the border by “indirect travel via a third country”.