Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to address the nation this afternoon following a week of soaring coronavirus cases and the highest daily death tolls since the pandemic began. Now data has shown several areas have seen a week-on-week rises in cases.
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On Thursday a further 48,682 COVID-19 cases were registered, bringing Britain’s total during the pandemic to 3,292,014. Although the figure has increased by 1,157 from the one released on Wednesday, it has hugely declined since last week’s numbers. According to official data, cases
The Prime Minister hinted tighter restrictions could be just around the corner amid fears the current measures are being flouted by too many people. Tougher restrictions could involve scrapping support bubbles, making facemasks compulsory outside and imposing limits on daily exercise. And
Boris Johnson clashes with Andrew Marr in coronavirus debate Covid-19 cases have reached record levels and are still on the rise, fuelled by a new and more transmissible variant of the killer virus. Britain recorded 57,725 new cases of the virus yesterday
Kent, Essex and London have been singled out at areas where coronavirus cases are experiencing a concerning rise. Matt Hancock used the three places as part of his stark warning to the rest of the UK as the country heads into Christmas. The Health
LONDON is on the brink of being placed under Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions following a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Mr Trump and First Lady Melania Trump’s events will take place after Washington DC introduced new restrictions in order to curb the spread of coronavirus. Washington DC’s has restricted the size of gatherings to 25 people while medical experts have called on the
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