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Johnson visits medical staff to support them in the face of Corona and promises to build 40 new hospitals

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was keen to document his visit to Hillingdon Hospital, to support the health staff in the United Kingdom amid the new wave of the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, and Johnson published the image mediated by a number of health care personnel through his personal account on Twitter, to provide them with full support in fight the deadly epidemic.

In his tweet accompanying the photo, the British Prime Minister said, "It is wonderful to return to Hillingdon Hospital to participate in the new development plans and meet the health teams," adding, "We will fulfill our promise to build 40 new hospitals by 2030, to provide the best possible health care."

This comes as the UK health authorities said - earlier - that about 4.2 million adults under the age of 40 in the country have not received their first dose of vaccines against corona so far.

And the "Sky News" network, in its English-language publication, Thursday, indicated that the proportion of those who remained unvaccinated was 21% in Scotland, 25% in Northern Ireland, 22% in England and 23% in Wales.

The British authorities made the first doses of the Corona vaccine available to all people aged 18 or over at the end of last June, and it is noteworthy that the total number of Corona patients in Britain is so far approximately 7.3 million people.