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rer David Nabarro, the World Health Organization’s special envoy on Covid, said the government “needs to think about” what to do with people who are being asked to self-isolate, and that the messages had to be “absolutely clear”.
He told Sky News that at some point there was a need to “go on and take our lives back”, but added: “There is no feeling of freedom in my heart.
“Unfortunately, we have the impression that this virus is very present and gives us a lot of surprises, a lot of anguish, and so as a society, we are entering the next period with our eyes wide open, knowing quite well what is going on. ‘waiting is more disease, more long Covid and more challenges as to how we actually behave.
“My recommendation is to just wear your mask, stay away from people, be careful in confined spaces, and remember that this virus has not gone away.
“If you are asked to isolate, please isolate and let’s spend the next two or three months with as little damage as possible, and at the same time, let’s think about how we can continue with our lives, despite the presence of this virus.”
He added that “while many of us have yet to be vaccinated, we must do everything possible to reduce the rate of build-up of this virus and be ready for the arrival of new variants because it will be a big challenge for us. the months to come “.