UK health minister Matt Hancock has confirmed action to isolate British people over the age of 70 for a long time to protect them from a possible infection with the HIV infection has been planned. In the next few weeks.

Hancock told Sky News that the measure is a "big request for the elderly and vulnerable but it is for their protection", according to the BBC's March 15, 2020 report. They themselves.

The British government has faced pressure to do more to tackle the epidemic after the death toll in Britain rose to 21 on Saturday.

All deaths so far are people over 60 or having health problems. Separate measures will mean people are being asked to stay indoors and with essential supplies left to them at the door. Update: October