Coronavirus: Urges Britons to avoid public gathers, pubs, restaurants and theatres but schools will remain open 1
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
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The Prime Minster Boris Johnson has told Britons they must avoid public gathers large or small, pubs, restaurants and theatres but has urged now is not the time to close schools.

Members of the public must only make essential journeys in what he has described as the national fightback against coronavirus.

Cases within the UK will double every five or six days without ‘drastic action’.

Todays actions are “worth it” to enable the NHS to cope with COVID-19.

Londoners have been warned they must pay more attention to the action because the virus in London is at more advanced stages and a few weeks ahead of the rest of the UK.

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Boris Johnson says we are now approaching the fast growth path of the Covid-19 if you or anyone else has symptoms in your home you must now self-isolate for 14 days.

If you don’t have symptoms now is the time for everyone to stop non-essential contact and travel.

Prime Minster Boris Johnson has said we must avoid all unnecessary social contact and those who can work from home must work from home.

People who are the most vulnerable must avoid social contact for 12 weeks in a period being called shielding.

London is in a faster growth phase and is ahead of the rest of the UK.

The Prime Minster has stated the advice is now more than just washing your hands, We now must avoid all non-essential social contact.

Prime Minster confirms that emergency services will not be responding to mass gatherings and it is advised mass gatherings are now stopped and avoided.

Government are trying to delay the transmission and trying to keep people safe. If one person gets the symptoms the whole household must stay isolated for 14 days.

Government is now recommending increased social distancing, unnecessary traveling must be stopped gatherings big or small must also be stopped and we must all reduce social contacts.

The Prime Minster confirms that schools will remain open because now is not the right time to close school.

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Coronavirus: Urges Britons to avoid public gathers, pubs, restaurants and theatres but schools will remain open