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UK PM Johnson says: we may have to consider going further in London

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020
Britain may have to impose stricter measures in London to tackle the coronavirus because compliance with the government's advice in parts of the capital has been patchy, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday.
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