Lockdown-2 in the UK announced, covid-19 cases exceed 1 million

A lockdown was announced again in Great Britain. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that it will hold another lockdown by December 2nd. Let us know that coronavirus cases in England have risen over 1 million. However, schools and universities may remain open during this lockdown. While unnecessary shops, restaurants, pubs and hotels remain closed. There are also travel restrictions.

Boris Johnson held a long meeting with his cabinet before announcing a month-long lockdown. In this context, the lockdown was decided, expressing concern about the increasing number of people infected with the corona virus.

Let us know that there are over 20,000 new cases of coronavirus in the UK every day. Between January 31 and October 31, 2020, England 11/10,660 positive cases were identified. There have been 21,915 new cases and 326 deaths in the past 24 hours. Let me tell you that France, Belgium, Portugal, Austria and Germany have already imposed severe restrictions on the possible second wave of Corona.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s official Twitter account tweeted a video urging him to stay indoors. The tweet says that the situation will be reviewed after 4 weeks. A decision is then made to increase or eliminate this. The tweet calls for food and drink to be brought from home for medical purposes, exercise, studies or to work. Work from home if possible. It was asked to postpone non-essential trips.