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US News Coronavirus. The British government does not rule out a new

18:35  18 september  2020
18:35  18 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The British government does not rule out resorting to a new general containment for all of England, a "last line of defense" but seeks to avoid such a measure by favoring the local restrictions which are multiplying, according to the Minister of Health Matt Hancock.

In United Kingdom , information circulated in the press evoking the hypothesis of confinement for a period of two weeks during the school holidays which begin in mid-October,

Asked about the subject, this Friday September 18, Matt Hancock explained that the government wants to avoid national lockdown but we are ready to do so if necessary, he told the BBC.

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We are ready to do what it takes to protect lives, he said, stressing that the government could resort to other restrictions local , as it did again this Thursday, September 17 in certain localities in the north-east of England.

More than 10 million inhabitants affected by the restrictions

The measures, which affect two million people, came into force on Friday, in particular prohibiting meetings between people from different households and introducing a curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. places of entertainment.

The introduction of these same measures from Tuesday September 22 was announced this Friday in several localities in the north-west of England and in particular in Liverpool, a city which alone has 500,000 inhabitants.

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The only ban on meeting with people from other homes (including gardens) has also been introduced in several locations in the Midlands and West Yorkshire from Tuesday.

In total, more than 10 million people live in areas affected by local restrictions in the UK, according to UK media estimates.

An outbreak of the virus

The country, the hardest hit in Europe with nearly 42,000 dead, is facing, like several of its neighbors, an outbreak of the virus. The number of hospital patients infected with the coronavirus is doubling every eight days, the health minister said.

According to a study by the National Statistics Office, nearly 60,000 people (59,800) in England were infected with the virus during the week of September 4 to 10, or one in 900. She pointed out that the highest rates of infection can be found in the North West and London.

There are currently no restrictions in the UK capital, other than one which prohibits socializing with more than six people at the same time , Boris Johnson spokesman said.

The government is also under fire from criticism of testing, where demand far exceeds supply.

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