Boris Johnson is in breach of its own “Stay-at-Home”-Order and will be made at the Park

The pandemic keeps Germany and the world continue to breath! Around 3.7 million people have been infected with the novel Virus-causative agent of Sars-CoV-2 – 168.320 of them in Germany.

The UK just from a Corona infection genesener Prime Minister Boris Johnson had called on his countrymen to remain in the last days of complete lock-downs at the weekend at home. A trip to the Free in currently the beautiful weather could make”, to destroy everything what has been done so far”. However, Johnson has not put up the in spite of on Saturday morning in person to a walk in St. James Park, and was promptly asked by a passerby and brought to speech, such as images to convey the short message service Twitter. The man holds his puzzled with coffee in Hand, the Premier is listening, and apparently a lecture with a raised index finger.


Johnson presents on Sunday his plans for the further procedure in the Corona of a pandemic. In a televised address in the evening it is aimed at the population. The responsibility for the measures lies in the hands of the individual Nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Johnson speaks on Sunday for England.

Finally, the pressure on Johnson was grown, to loosen the end of March, adopted Contact limits. Wales announced last already the re-opening of garden centres and libraries. The British environment Minister, George Eustice warned against it in advance of Johnson’s speech, the British people should not expect too big changes, there are still major challenges. The UK is hit by the Coronavirus pandemic particularly difficult. According to the Johns Hopkins University infected more than 212.000 people, more than 31,000 died.

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