Prime Minister Boris Johnson is considering a lockdown of the country for a month, given the increase in Kovid-19 cases in Britain. According to reports, a lockdown may be announced nationwide on Monday. Johnson held a meeting with senior cabinet colleagues on Friday to discuss the issue of sanctions given the rise in Kovid-19 cases and the growing number of hospital patients.
Everything will remain closed except for these
According to the Times news, under the new restrictions, everything except basic necessities stores and educational institutions may be closed. Potential restrictions may remain in effect until Christmas in December. It is believed that no final decision has been taken in this regard and regional level action is also likely to be taken under the three-phase lockdown currently applicable at the local level.
Can be announced on Monday
British Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Minister of Health Matt Hancock, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gov were present at the meeting. News has yet to be answered at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Office 10 Downing Street, that Johnson may announce the new restrictions by holding a press conference on Monday.
Corona virus has infected 989,745 people to date
So far, 989,745 people have been infected with the corona virus in Britain, while 46,229 people have died. Of that number, more than 274 people have died in the past 24 hours, while 24,405 new cases have been reported. Not only Great Britain, Corona has wreaked havoc these days in many countries in America and Europe. In France alone, more than 49,000 cases of corona have been reported in the past 24 hours. The maximum number of reported cases per day in the United States is 1 lakh. This is a record number of corona virus cases recorded in one day worldwide.