by Katie Davis
the first country to stop
counting COVID-19 cases on a daily basis
and just treat it like
a normal seasonal Flu...
Proposals have been made
to let people in Singapore 'get on with their lives'
Officials in Singapore are aiming to give at least two thirds of the population their first jab early this month, with the same number fully jabbed by the start of August.
The ministers added:
Full details of the roadmap have yet to be revealed, but ministers suggested measures such as breathalyser-style tests, more therapeutic treatments and greater personal responsibility.
Singapore's proposal could be an early sign of the world starting to live with Covid after more than a year of restrictions across the globe.
'LEARN TO LIVE WITH COVID'
In the UK, health secretary Sajid Javid has argued Britain is going to have to "learn to live with Covid" - and compared its future to that of the flu.
He has has vowed to lift the remaining coronavirus restrictions on July 19 as he plans to make Britain the "most open country in Europe".
Mr. Javid also urged everyone to get their jab as soon as they are offered one, describing the vaccination program as,
But scientists have warned that the 'pandemic' isn't yet over, and that unvaccinated people are Covid "variant factories" who could prolong the 'pandemic' and lead to more restrictions.
The dire prediction comes as the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that mutant strains are already outpacing the current wave of jabs as much of the world had hoped the virus 'horror' could be coming to an end.
It is feared gaping holes in the global vaccine coverage combined with rampant outbreaks will allow new 'variants' - such as Delta and the newly concerning Lambda strains - to spawn.
Mutations may then be able to beat vaccines and potentially force countries back into lockdown as they face being taken back to square one in the fight against Covid.
And it also comes as many nations see continuing anti-vax sentiment as many people refuse to get the jab...