Prime Minister Boris Johnson has returned to work this Monday after overcoming the corona virus and has made clear in his first message that his government has not yet set a schedule to ease the pandemic measures he has taken to do everything possible , “so as not to destroy the victim”.
The “Prime Minister”, who was sent to the intensive care unit for recovery, stressed that the virus is “the greatest challenge facing the country since the war,” for which he wanted to thank everyone who works to combat it . “We’re making progress,” he said outside his Downing Street office.
However, the situation would still be a “maximum risk”, which is why it was asked not to plunge into the easing of the measures. The United Kingdom, with more than 154,000 infected and more than 20,000 deceased, was sentenced to prison on March 23, which was delayed compared to other European countries.
“I refuse to tear down the victim of the British people,” said Johnson, referring to a possible “second climax.” “I cannot say how quickly or how slowly the changes will be made, even if they are made,” added the head of government.