Countries have been blocking travel from the UK since the new variant was discovered in the UK.
The new UK variant of Coronavirus has severely impacted many Brits summer plans, with majority of popular holiday destinations blocking travel from the UK. .
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has said teachers and students can expect news on the reopening of schools whenever a plan is decided on, with Johnson pledging to reveal “as much as we can, as soon as we can”.
The Government informed the countries teachers, parents and pupils that they will be told when schools will be reopening “as soon as we can”, with the Coronavirus situation seeming to be increasingly worse.
With the new strain of COVID-19 on its rampage, the country seeks ways to tighten up on public interactions and ensure prevention of the virus being spread.
In this day and age with COVID-19, masks are essential in the UK when out and about. So that poses the question, which masks are the best at keeping out bacteria?
The two types of masks that are most commonly worn are fabric masks and disposable masks. Both masks vary in ability to fend off bacteria and how much affect cleaning products have on them.