In London, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has addressed the public for the first time since he became infected with the coronavirus.
Johnson was full of energy and confidence but warned the British that it is too early to lift social and economic restrictions.
It was a dynamic and optimistic Johnson as we know him who came to speak the nation’s trust right outside the door of his official residence on Downing Street in London.
Johnson expressly thanked Secretary of State Dominic Raab, who replaced him during his illness, and also thanked the British public for believing that he had followed the measures so well.
Partly because of this, we are now on the verge of conquering phase 1 of the epidemic, Johnson said.
NHS national health care has not succumbed as feared, the number of deaths and hospital admissions is dropping, and that’s mainly thanks to your community spirit, it said…