UK: Death will exceed 100,000 if the lockdown is relaxed

UK News: A number of scientific advisers to the British government have warned that the death toll from the coronavirus could exceed 100,000 by the end of the year if the lockdown is relaxed too soon. Britain’s Sunday Times quoted an adviser, who did not want to be named, as saying.

He says there is little chance of manipulating the lockdown restrictions. In a speech on Monday (May 11) evening, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce a roadmap on how Britain will emerge from the lockdown.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson is going to start the process of warning the people by dividing the country into five zones by identifying the level of coronavirus infection.

The first level between one and five is ‘green’ i.e. where the level of infection is lowest. The final level is ‘red’, where the infection is maximum. According to this zone division, the government will increase the restrictions where necessary. News from the BBC.

More than 31,000 people have died in Corona in Britain. In this situation, the government is facing criticism from the opposition rather than easing the lockdown.

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