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Just In - UK Expands Lockdown Measures For Three Additional Weeks

Britain has expanded its nationwide lockdown for an additional three weeks, as stand-in leader Dominic Raab requested Britons to remain at home to stop the spread of a coronavirus outbreak, which has already taken more than 138,000 lives globally.
Britain has expanded its nationwide lockdown for an additional three weeks, as stand-in leader Dominic Raab requested Britons to remain at home to stop the spread of a coronavirus outbreak, which has already taken more than 138,000 lives globally.

"Relaxing any of the measures currently set up would chance harm to both general wellbeing and the economy," he told newsmen. 

Raab is nominating while Prime Minister Boris Johnson recovers from COVID-19 intricacies that almost cost him his life. 

The UK has the fifth-most highest official death cases from COVID-19 on the planet, after the U.S., Italy, Spain and France, however British figures just spread emergency clinic fatalities and the genuine number is presumably a lot higher. 

The declaration, which had been generally expected, implies Britons must remain at home except if they are buying any fundamental necessities, or addressing clinical requirements. 

Citizens are allowed to exercise publicly once each day , and may visit work if they're unable to work from home.

A YouGov survey conducted before the declaration demonstrated 91 percent of Britons supported a three-week addition to the lockdown. 

The UK's loss of life from COVID-19 in emergency clinics rose 861 to 13,729, as of 1600 GMT on April 15.  

Prince William, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth, yesterday opened an emergency COVID-19 hospital built within eight days in the Exhibition Center of Britain's second city, Birmingham. 

William, the Duke of Cambridge, opened the new NHS Nightingale Hospital at the National Exhibition Center (NEC) through video interface. 

The medical clinic is the second of seven being built around England in light of the novel coronavirus flare-up, which has killed almost 13,000 individuals in Britain up until this point. 

It has a 500-bed limit, which can be expanded to 1,500. 

In excess of 400 regular citizen temporary workers, alongside military personnel and around 500 clinical staff, were involved in its building.

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