The UK government has defended its approach to battling the coronavirus after Jeremy Hunt expressed his shock over why people are still allowed to hold events that involve a large number of people despite the growing number of victims in the country.
In clear terms, the former health secretary said, “I think it is surprising and concerning that, we’re not doing any of it at all when we have just four weeks before we get to the stage that Italy is at.”
Although ministers are anticipating that up to 60 per cent of Britons will become infected with coronavirus, the only hope available for everyone according to experts is that by delaying the peak to ease pressure on the NHS and protecting the old and unwell the numbers of deaths can be reduced.
As the global rate on coronavirus victims grow rapidly, the UK has now recorded 798 official positive cases, and British Army personnel have now been drafted in to help with logistical planning.
So far, Nepal has shuttered its side of Mount Everest, reducing climbing season because of the coronavirus fear while Madrid has instructed bars, restaurants and shops to close for some reason.
Current report about the coronavirus shows that Australian minister has now tested positive to the disease while the German state of Bavaria is reportedly closing all schools and kindergartens to reopen on the 6th of April.