UK PM Boris Johnson warns no 'cast iron' guarantee over lifting COVID-19 lockdown
Tuesday, 16 February 2021 The prime minister said while he was "increasingly optimistic" about the possibility of easing restrictions, he couldn't guarantee the current lockdown would be the last ever.
Boris Johnson admitted he could not guarantee there would be no further lockdowns although he stressed that “science is now unquestionably in the ascendancy over the disease”.The Prime Minister told a Downing Street press conference: “I can’t give that guarantee, of course not, because we are...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted that he could not guarantee that his measures to ease lockdown would be irreversible but was hopeful that the UK's vaccination rollout might end the need to have..
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