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Boris Johnson reassures public following virus death

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Boris Johnson reassures public following virus death

Boris Johnson reassures public following virus death

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reassured the public that the coronavirus is the government's top priority following the death of a Briton on board a cruise ship in Japan.

Mr Johnson said the government would be issuing further advice in the coming days, but that the best thing people can do to prevent spreading the virus is to wash their hands.

Report by Etemadil.

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