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18 Year Old dies of coronavirus is UK’s Youngest as Boris thinks about Lockdown over next 24 hours

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

An 18-year-old has become the youngest coronavirus victim in England, The 18-year-old sadly become the youngest Covid-19 as 47 people sadly died within the last 24 hours bringing the death toll to 281.

665 new cases were recorded as Boris Johnson warned he would shut the parks if people don’t keep their distance.

Boris warned that if the British public that they had 24 hours to take social distancing measures seriously or he would implement an Italian-style lockdown. It comes as thousands of people flouted the anti-coronavirus measures.

He confirmed that if it happened more over the next 24 hours he would have to act and close open spaces and limit all movement outside of the homes if people continued to act foolishly, but stopped short of announcing immediate action.

The death toll within the UK has now rose by 48 in just 24 hour bringing the total to a sickening 281 people and a total of 5,600 confirmed cases.

The authorities confirmed that the age of the victims was now between 18 and 102.

Boris confirmed that “I don’t think you need to use your imagination much to see where we might have to go” suggesting we could copy the more extreme lockdowns in other parts of Europe such as Italy and France.

Boris then went on to say “we will think about this very, very actively in the next 24 hours.”

‘We need to think about the kinds of measures that we have seen elsewhere, other countries that have been forced to bring in restrictions on people’s movements altogether.

‘I don’t want to do that because I have tried to explain the public health benefits.’

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