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Britain is said to have a contact tracking system for 10,000 coronavirus cases per day in June

May 20, 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the country will have a contact tracking system for up to 10,000 new cases of coronavirus per day since June, the BBC said.

In an appearance in front of the House of Commons, the “Prime Minister” assured that the new system for the detection and monitoring of coronavirus cases will be operational by June 1st and that 25,000 “trackers” will be responsible for tracking people who contact the newly infected with the virus who originated in Wuhan.

Johnson responded to the government in this way after the Labor Party leader Keir Starmer criticized the executive for not having had a coronavirus monitoring system since March.

Britain is said to have a contact tracking system for 10,000 coronavirus cases per day in June
Britain is said to have a contact tracking system for 10,000 coronavirus cases per day in June

“We have growing confidence that we will have a detection and surveillance system that will be the best in the world and that will be in place by June 1st,” said the head of the UK government.