“There will be a time to see what we could have done better” but it was not now, during “this very busy phase,” added the Prime Minister.
People must “enjoy the summer significantly,” said Johnson, as he praised the British for adhering to the lock restrictions so far. Later in the interview, he developed his response and warned people to “not breathe now” after their hard work.
Mr. Johnson’s message about sensitivity was echoed by Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, who told the BBC: “If you go out on Saturday, be calm, reasonable. Take care of yourself, take care of your family.
“We are still in a global pandemic affecting this country. People must be reasonable. “