Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who yesterday returned to his residence at Downing street 10 in London, said about the maximum risk of a second outbreak of the virus in the case that the quarantine will be lifted too fast. It is reported by the BBC.
During today’s briefing, Johnson thanked the British for unity in the fight against the epidemic and noted that Britain had approached the first task in the fight against COVID-19 is to protect the health system from excessive load.
The Prime Minister expressed the view that the priority now is to consolidate the achievements of universal insulation, to avoid the second outbreak of the disease.
He urged business representatives “to restrain her impatience”.
Johnson stressed that the decision on release from quarantine will be made in consultation with all political forces.
Diagnosis COVID-19 Johnson confirmed on 27 March; from the 5th to the 12th of April he was in the hospital forseveral days the Prime Minister was in the intensive care unit. On 12 April he was discharged.
After that, he spent two weeks in the suburban residence.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, coronavirus in the world contracted for a 2 982 933 persons, 206 811 died 869 935 recovered. In the UK 154 037 people got sick, died 20 795.