Boris Johnson's new measures to protect the British public from the coronavirus virus "COVID-19" have come into effect, but some scientists have warned his approach is not effective, according to a Sky release. News



The prime minister yesterday confirmed that the government is entering the second phase of the response to COVID-19, moving from trying to contain the virus to delay the spread. Those with persistent cough or high temperatures will now be separated and home for seven days, and Johnson urged schools to drop off on trips abroad.

However, Britain has stopped the decision to close schools, with Johnson warning that scientific advice shows that "this could be more harmful than good." Although the ministers are considering a ban on important public events such as festivals and football matches, they are currently allowed to proceed as planned. By: Philip Philip