Boris Johnson introduced new rules to everyday life due to coronavirus

The British Prime Minister addressed his compatriots.

Boris Johnson called on his compatriots to take a number of steps that will help stop the spread of the new coronavirus. If this is not done, the British Prime Minister said, “there will come a time when no health system in the world can cope, because there will not be enough fans, enough places in intensive care units, and doctors and nurses.”

In particular, Boris Johnson reminded of the need to stay at home and leave it only in emergency cases. First, to buy basic necessities, second, to play sports, third, to go to the doctor, and fourth, to go to work if you can’t do it from home.

“You should not meet your friends, and if they ask you to do so, say no. You don’t have to meet with the members of his family who do not live with you,” added Boris Jason. – “If you do not follow the rules, the police will be given the power to enforce them, including through fines and dispersal of meetings.”

The British Prime Minister also said that the government “immediately closes all stores that do not sell essential goods, including clothing and electronics stores, as well as other premises, including libraries, playgrounds and gyms, as well as temples.” In addition, meetings with more than two people if they do not live together, weddings, and baptisms are canceled. With the exception of the funeral.

“We are accelerating the search for treatment methods,” Boris Joson said. “We are developing a vaccine. We are buying millions of test kits that will allow us to turn the tide against this invisible killer. I want to thank everyone who is working hard to defeat the virus. Everyone from supermarket employees to public transport workers, nurses and doctors.”

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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