UK’s Johnson warns on coronavirus: Things to get worse before they get better
LONDON Prime Minister Boris Johnson is caution Britons in a very letter in order to 30 , 000, 000 households that will things could get worse before they get better, when he himself self-isolates in Downing Street to recuperate from the coronavirus.
Britain has described 17, 089 confirmed situations of the disease and one, 019 demise and the maximum of the plague in the country is definitely expected to appear in a few weeks.
In the letter to be delivered to houses, Johnson prompts people to stick to the lockdown measures that will his authorities has made to try to stay away from the state National Health Service from currently being overwhelmed by just a surge of cases.
“We know things will get worse before they get better, ” Johnson writes. “At this moment of national emergency, I urge you, please, to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives. ”
Senior minister Michael Gove mentioned on Sunday the government is usually “very concerned” about the death toll.
He also said the country has boosted the amount of testing for the virus.
“The number of tests being performed has hit 10, 000 a day. We want to increase that will to 30, 000 per day. ”