Blockade begins to take effect, says British Prime Minister Johnson By Reuters

© Reuters. British Prime Minister Johnson answers questions in London Parliament

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that tighter restrictions introduced last week were beginning to have an effect on the spread of COVID in some parts of the country, warning it was still early. “What we are seeing now, and it is very, very important to emphasize that these are the early days, now we are seeing the beginning of some signs that that is starting to take effect in many parts of the country, but by no means everywhere. . and it’s early, “he told parliament. He also said that he did not rule out introducing even stricter restrictions to try to moderate the spread of the coronavirus, which has been driven largely by a new variant.

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