British Secretary of Health: The new strain of COVID-19 has been out of control in the UK
December 20th According to a report by Sky News Network, on the 19th local time, British Health Secretary Hancock said about the current COVID-19 epidemic in the United Kingdom that the new strains found in the country have been out of control, and the British government must control them and have the responsibility to take action.
In addition, in response to the British government’s announcement that the level of COVID-19 prevention and control in the capital London and other places will be raised to level 4, Hancock also pointed out that due to the restrictions, he could not meet his mother during Christmas: “I know how people feel.
Last night (19th) I also had to call my mother and say that we can’t meet during Christmas.
British Prime Minister Johnson said at a press conference on the 19th that from the 20th, London, southeast and eastern England will be upgraded from the current level of prevention and control to level four for two weeks, similar to the widespread “foot ban” measures introduced in England in November this year.