When the Prime Minister visited a school in Freehill in the United Kingdom, he said: “At present, there are various scientific opinions about what may happen.”
MADRID (EUROPA PRESS)-British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that in view of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 variant in India, the government “does not rule out anything”, which has aroused the “concern” of the British authorities.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation, the prime minister said during a visit to a school in Freehill in the United Kingdom: “At present, there is a wide range of scientific insights about what may happen.
Therefore, Johnson stated that the government hopes to “ensure” that all possible “prudential and prudent” measures are taken, and confirm that there are “conferences” throughout the day in order to “consider” the way to deal with the issue.
When asked whether the local confinement should be imposed, he reiterated that the government can take “extensive” measures to list more diagnostic tests for covid-19 and track the infection. However, he emphasized that “nothing will stop him” to continue the downgrade in the UK, and the downgrade will be carried out again this Monday.
On the same day, British scientists pointed out that the British had “carefully monitored” the Indian variant of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes covid-19) in the UK, because people were worried that it might spread in European countries.