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Dominic Cummings develops coronavirus symptoms and self-isolates

by LLB Reporter
30th Mar 20 12:00 pm

Just days after Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock were diagnosed with coronavirus, the prime minister’s advisor has developed symptoms and is now self-isolating.

Downing Street confirmed on Monday that Cummings is self-isolating after developing virus like symptoms, but will continue to stay in contact with Johnson.

During the daily Downing Street press conference on Sunday, Dr Jenny Harries the deputy chief medical officer warned that the UK lockdown could last for up to six months, or even longer.

She warned people that no one should see the coronavirus crisis as “something that will blow over” within weeks.

Jenrick said, “This is an unprecedented step in peace time, we haven’t done anything like this since the Second World War.

“This means that we are establishing strategic coordination centres across the whole country.”

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick added, “We are establishing strategic co-ordination centres across the whole country. Each centre is led by gold commanders.

“We’re bringing together senior members of the emergency services, the police, the fire service, the ambulance service, with local authorities and the NHS to lead communities through this challenging period.”

A world leading virologist has said people can easily catch coronavirus “through expelled particles” in the air if an infected person coughs outside.

Whilst people seemingly believe they are safe by being outside, they are in fact wrong. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which is a private research university, have written a shocking new report over the spread of coronavirus.

The new report written by experts at the renowned US university have found that viral droplets expelled in coughs and sneezes can travel at speeds of 33ft to 100ft per second.

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