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Easing lockdown restrictions will inevitably lead to more deaths – Johnson

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Easing lockdown restrictions will inevitably lead to more deaths – Johnson

Easing lockdown restrictions will inevitably lead to more deaths – Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that the easing of lockdown restrictions will “inevitably” lead to more infections and deaths.

He added there were no plans at present to change the road map out of lockdown.


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