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Johnson: Britain may gradually unblock and resume work as early as next Monday

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves 10 Downing Street in London, to attend his first weekly Prime Minister’s Questions since recovering from coronavirus, at the Houses of Parliament, in London, Wednesday, May 6, 2020. The highly contagious COVID-19 coronavirus has impacted on nations around the globe, many imposing self isolation and exercising social distancing when people move from their homes. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

The number of deaths from new coronavirus infections in the UK exceeded 30,000. It is the country with the largest number of deaths from infection in Europe. In the past day, there were 649 new deaths, and the total number increased to 30,076 deaths.

After recovering from the new pneumonia, Prime Minister Johnson went to the lower house of parliament for the first time to respond to questions from members of the Congress. He said that the outbreak of local nursing homes and many deaths were very regrettable. The government has done a lot of work to provide enough individuals for nursing homes The situation of protective equipment has improved significantly in the past few days.

The British Prime Minister Johnson said that he will gradually lift the restrictions imposed in response to the epidemic from next Monday (11th). The government will issue a statement after reviewing the latest data on the 10th, adding that if people know that the next day will What happens will be a “good thing”.

Johnson said: “I absolutely believe that what the people want us to do now is … continue to contain the disease and start to restore our country’s economy.”

In addition, Minister of Housing, Community and Local Government Zheng Weiqi attended the outbreak press conference, he thought The goal of the government is to ensure that people can resume work and return to social life under safe conditions. Zheng Weiqi said that under the scientific and medical safety situation, the authorities are studying the arrangements for resumption of work, including discussing the arrangement of workplaces, outdoor work, and public transportation arrangements. He also believes that under safe circumstances, the construction industry should resume work.

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