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Prime Minister orders Britons ‘to stay at home’ immediately

by LLB Reporter
22nd Mar 20 2:55 pm

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has ordered all Britons to immediately “Stay at home” over the “war” of the coronavirus pandemic.

Johnson issued the statement on Sunday afternoon, “We will get through this together, and we will beat the virus.

“To win this fight, we need everyone to follow our advice: as far as possible, we want you to stay at home.

“The more effectively everyone does this, the faster this country will recover.”

Johnson keeps reiterating, telling those who do have to go out to use social distancing measures and stay away from crowds.                                     Virginia Water car park full as hundreds venture out for a stroll

Virginia Water is packed with many people out walking and images show Windsor Great Park, car park is full of cars, as people are not taking this deadly virus seriously and will infect many others.

Despite the advice given by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and all the advice from all the medical experts people are not staying at home. They are driving into a crowded car park then going for a stroll, which goes against all advice.

In a statement, Windsor Great Park said, “Virginia Water car park at is now closed for the remainder of the day. No further cars will be allowed entry.

“Please do not visit as there is restricted street parking.

“Those visitors who are already in the Park we would urge you to keep your distance with other people.”

Unfortunately, LondonLovesBusiness has received photographs on Sunday that people are gathering in crowds and still going out drinking alcohol, despite the ban, and there are lock-ins at pubs.

Battersea Square, Sunday lunchtime, ignoring the ignoring Covid-19 advice.

LondonLovesBusiness understand that Whitehall sources are suggesting to impose a total lockdown across the capital as people are still gathering in crowds which will result in people dying as a direct result.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan gave a grave warning to Londoners, to anyone that leaves their home during the coronavirus outbreak to “stop social mixing or many more people will die.”

Khan said, “We need to make sure there is no mixed messages here. People should not be leaving their homes unless they really have to.

“We should not be having social interaction. By mixing that leads to more people dying.

“Social interaction leads to the disease spreading, which leads to people dying.

Battersea Square, Sunday lunchtime, ignoring the ignoring Covid-19 advice.

“This are extraordinary times that needs extraordinary measures. We are weeks ahead of the rest of the country.

“If we don’t act, if we don’t keep our social distance, people will die.”

An NHS doctor who is on the front line fighting against coronavirus to save lives has hit out at reckless people going to the pub which could almost certainly spread the virus.

The NHS intensive care unit (ICU) consultant Jack, is begging Britons to stay home, he warned that failure to listen to the government’s advice on social distancing “is killing people.”

The doctor expressed his disbelief that thousands of people were still going out to the pub on Friday night.

The doctor told LBC Radio, “It’s beyond me why people can’t see what they are creating by just continuing to go out.

“We’re treating the people who were infected two weeks ago and we’re getting full.

Boris Johnson ordered pubs, restaurants and shops to close across the UK on Friday until further notice to stop the spread of coronavirus, bur despite this order some cafes and restaurants are still open in the capital.

On Friday a major London hospital declared a “critical incident” as the number of coronavirus cases are doubling, and the death rate is climbing.

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The Russian scientists are testing on ferrets and lower primates. Russia has reported just 253 cases and samples from all coronavirus cases are being analysed at the Vector State Research Centre of Virology and Biotechnology near Novosibirsk in Siberia.

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