British MP Margaret Ferrier Was stuck in The uk After Admit that you are known to be infected With the new coronovirus on a train going from London to Glasgow Scotland, Monday (4) Press vehicles reported.
The trip took place in September, the same day the MP received a positive test. According to the newspaper “The Guardian”, the London police did not arrest Ferrier, because at the time, there was no punishment for anyone who breached quarantine when infected.
However, the British authorities took the case to Scotland, whose police conducted a criminal investigation against the parliamentary. According to British newspapers, the arrest took place on Monday.
Ferrier confessed that he traveled the infected days after the trip, leading to a political scandal in the United Kingdom and particularly in Scotland. Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon Asked MP to resign. He refused to leave Parliament, But suspended by the Scottish National Party (SNP).
On 1 October, Ferrier apologized on social media and said that he himself had informed the police about the visit.
“I take full responsibility and I ask everyone not to make the same mistake that I did and do everything they can to help limit the spread of Kovid-19,” he said.
England and Scotland in lockdown
Boris Johnson announces new lockout in England
Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, Announced on Monday Strict imprisonment measures that apply in England. On the same day, the Scottish Premier announced that there would be lockdown rules in Scotland.
The decision was taken after a sharp increase in cases and deaths by Kovid-19 in the country. Government figures indicate that the UK has reached another daily record of 58,784 new cases of coronavirus, making it the seventh consecutive day that more than 50,000 new cases of Kovid have arrived in British territory.
Meanwhile, the first dose of vaccine was taken from Oxford University and AstraZeneca in the United Kingdom. Matt Hancock described as “Secretary Moment” in the fight against coronovirus in Britain, with more than one and a half million doses available as of this Monday.
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