Prime Minister to address nation amid rise of Indian variant – fr

Prime Minister to address nation amid rise of Indian variant – fr

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Boris Johnson is expected to hold an emergency press conference tonight (Friday, May 14) amid lingering concerns over the Indian variant of Covid-19.
The Prime Minister will address the nation from Downing Street at 5 p.m., reports the Mirror Online.

It comes just days before the May 17 lockdown changes, which businesses across the country are bracing for.

Next Monday, the government is expected to implement further changes nationwide after the Covid alert level is reduced, meaning pubs and restaurants will once again be able to offer meals indoors and family and friends. will be allowed to kiss.

In recent months, Covid numbers in England have fallen significantly as the number of people vaccinated is rising rapidly.

This prompted ministers and the prime minister to move forward with the third step of the roadmap outside of the lockdown.

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But earlier this week, the Prime Minister admitted he was “anxious” about India’s new variant of Covid-19 after cases were reported in the UK.

News from today’s press conference raises questions about whether the next stage of the roadmap will go as planned.

The PM will be accompanied by Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty at Downing Street.

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