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European countries may face a second wave of coronavirus. About this warned Prime Minister Boris Johnson, The Guardian reports.
“Let’s clearly define what is happening in Europe, some of our European friends. I’m afraid in some places we are starting to see signs of a second wave of the pandemic,” said the politician, stressing that knowledge about what is happening should be the basis for decisive and effective action.
Johnson also commented on the suggestion of a number of experts to reduce the period of quarantine during which the patient is expected to manifestation of symptoms from 14 to 10 days — there is a perception that so much actually is the incubation period. “We are always looking for ways to mitigate the damage from quarantine, but at this moment stick to guide providing now,” — quotes the edition of his words.
According to the latest Johns Hopkins University, in the UK was more than 301, thousands of cases of infection with coronavirus, 45 thousand patients died from the resulting illness COVID-19.
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