Manchester news Boris Johnson 'plans national coronavirus lockdown for England until December' Manchester united news
MetiNews.Com - Schools, universities and nurseries would remain open, according to the report
Breaking News ! Reports tonight are suggesting that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is considering a full lockdown of England until December. The Times newspaper reports that top government ministers met to discuss "alarming" NHS data on Friday. It is claimed that a press conference will be held on Monday to announce new measures - only a matter of weeks after a new "Tier" system was introduced. Read More Related Articles Sign up for the MEN's free daily newsletter The report suggests that all "educational settings" will remain open, while everything else apart from essential shops will shut. A source told the paper: "The data is really bad." Read More Related Articles Our hospitals could start running out of intensive care beds from next week, leaked NHS forecast shows - but mayor says system can cope Read More Related Articles National circuit break lockdown would ‘give people hope of a better Christmas’ They added: "We're seeing coronavirus rising all over the country and hospitals are struggling to cope. "There has been a shift in position.
. The director of clinical operational research told Sky News: "Broadly speaking, Covid is spreading, particularly in England and Wales. I suspect Wales' cases will come down next week as their firebreak starts to take effect. "But basically it's spreading everywhere and at the moment it's spreading mainly in Tier 1 areas." Asked if a second national lockdown is worth damaging the economy and people's mental health, she said: "I think it's inevitable, and given that it's inevitable I think the sooner you do it the quicker it's over and the more lives you save." Have your say on coronavirus restrictions and what needs to happen next in the survey below:
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