British Prime Minister Boris Johnson claps his hands as he addresses locals at the Canal Side Heritage Center, after the government announced a new plan to acquire a British basket, during an outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), in Beeston near Nottingham.
LODDON (UK) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said COVID-19 is now under some control in the UK, but a resurgence in other European countries has made it clear that the epidemic is not over.
“The country has had great success now in reducing the number of these tragic deaths, and we have now gained some control over it,” Thursday said.
“But I have to tell you that we are looking at the re-emergence of the virus in other European countries and you can see what is happening in the United States, so it is very important as a country to keep our focus and advice, and not to delude ourselves that we are somehow out of the woods. ”
He said the virus was “slowly spreading” in 10 to 30 areas within the UK, and that it was important for Britons to adhere to the rules of social housing, wash their hands and be tested for symptoms.