England is set to introduce a new vaccination policy in England that will require people to have their eyes examined before getting a new vaccine
England is planning to introduce its own universal vaccination policy after a major health summit on Thursday.
The new policy will be rolled out nationwide in April and will be aimed at preventing the spread of deadly coronavirus, which has killed more than 9,300 people in the country.
The policy will include compulsory eye examinations and tests for viral and bacterial infections as well as the possibility of testing for hepatitis C and other viral infections, according to the British National Health Service (BNHS).
The plan will be introduced as part of the country’s drive to end the pandemic and improve the health of the population.
The announcement was made at a joint briefing with the countrys public health service, Health and Safety Executive, and the Department of Health.
England has already seen a drop in cases as people have been given the vaccination and are returning home, which is helping to slow the spread.
The coronaviruses responsible for the outbreak are also linked to people who travel abroad.
The government has estimated that there are around 100,000 cases of the virus in England, which means the country has recorded fewer than a thousand cases of any other type.
The number of coronaviral infections in England has fallen from a peak of 7,817 in the winter of 2014-15, but the number of cases has continued to rise.
The number of people infected with coronavirochavirus is expected to double in England over the next three years to 7,000 by the end of 2019.
At the end in December, England had recorded its lowest number of new cases in a decade.
The UK recorded a total of 3,823 new coronavivirus cases in December and a total number of deaths from coronavirosis in the year to the end, according the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.