The reward for the effort: The numbers in Great Britain are falling

In Great Britain, the latest figures give cause for optimism. In the past week, the death rate fell by almost 40 percent. This is not just due to the vaccination program.


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Mark Burgman trains in London’s Green Park. You are only allowed to leave your apartment for sports, shopping and little else.

When Stanley Johnson was recently asked what grade he would give his son Boris, Prime Minister of Great Britain, for his corona management, he didn’t think twice. He would undoubtedly find a good two or even a bad one as an assessment, the proud father replied during the radio interview. And only restricted: “You can’t get a good A if 100,000 people have lost their lives.” Quite a few listeners reacted indignantly.

In fact, the kingdom mourns more than 126,000 people who so far …

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Accessed on March 21, 2021 at 3:06 am on https://www.sn.at/politik/weltpolitik/der-lohn-der-anstrengung-die-zahlen-in-grossringen-sinken-101379628

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