Raab declines to explain coronavirus lockdown exit strategy - British Herald
October 3, 2022
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Raab declines to explain coronavirus lockdown exit strategy

LONDON (UK) – The British government should not rush out of the coronavirus lockdown and must act with caution to avoid a second infection spike. He also said that the second lockdown would damage public confidence, according to its stand-in leader Dominic Raab.

British foreign minister Dominic Raab, is deputising for the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who is on the path on recovery from COVID-19, was pressured by the media to reveal the government’s plans on how and when the country might begin to ease the social distancing measures currently in place.

“We are at a delicate and dangerous stage and we need to make sure that the next steps are sure-footed. It’s not responsible to start speculating about the individual measures.”

– Dominic Raab, British Foreign Minister

The British government has been “doing the homework” behind closed doors on the next phase’s happenings. Raab urged the public to stick to the current guidance, which is to stay at home except for essential travel.

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