Britain's PM Boris Johnson warned, Corona lockdown could be tightened beforehand

Britain's PM Boris Johnson warned, Corona lockdown could be tightened beforehand
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned on Sunday that current sanctions could be tightened to prevent the spread of Covid-19 as the country struggles with a new strain of the corona virus. Due to the rapid spread of the new format of the virus, teacher organizations are appealing for the closure of all schools across the country for a few weeks. Johnson said parents should send their children to schools in areas where they have been open since Monday because the risk for children from the deadly virus is very low.

However, he said that tougher restrictions could be imposed for people in the coming weeks, as the number of people infected with the corona virus in the country rose to 57725 this weekend, while the total number of dead increased to around 75000. Asked about the lockdown. Sanctions may be more stringent, Johnson told BBC

The Prime Minister said, it may happen that in the next few weeks we will have to tighten things further. I totally agree to that. I believe the whole country agrees. We have to take many drastic steps. He said, the schools are safe. There is very little risk for children. There is little risk for employees. The benefit of education is immense.

Under current rules, stringent measures of Category Four are in force in most parts of the country, with most commercial and non-essential shops completely closed. The Government National Health Service is under great pressure due to the increasing number of people admitted to hospitals.

Defending how to deal with the epidemic, Johnson said his government had "taken all reasonable steps to prepare for the winter months." The Prime Minister himself was infected with the Corona virus and took a few weeks to recover.

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