British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said a second nationwide quarantine in the fight against the outbreak of the new type of corona virus (Covid-19) would be financially disastrous for the country.
In his speech to a parliamentary committee, Johnson indicated that he did not want a second nationwide quarantine.
Johnson, who said he thought it would be completely wrong, said: “we will do everything we can to prevent it. I doubt it will bring anything other than disaster in terms of its financial consequences.” said.
Meanwhile, according to the Ministry of health, 3,991 people tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, increasing the total number of cases to 378,219. The number of those who lost their lives increased by 20 to 41,684.
The number of cases in the UK, where there were the most deaths from Kovid-19 in Europe, had risen since August.
In the face of growing cases in the country, more than 6 people have been banned from the gathering since September 14.