BORIS Johnson at this time warned that Europe was on the verge of a second wave and the UK have to be “vigilant” – as he defended the choice to quarantine travellers from Spain.
Talking in Nottinghamshire at this time on the launch of his massive push to advertise biking, the PM spoke for the primary time concerning the rise in circumstances throughout the continent.
Mr Johnson informed reporters this morning: “Let’s be completely clear about what’s taking place in Europe, amongst a few of our European mates, I’m afraid you’re beginning to see in some locations the indicators of a second wave of the pandemic.
“What we’ve got to do is take swift and decisive motion the place we predict that the dangers are beginning to bubble up once more.”
It comes as Germany has suggested towards all vacationer journey to excessive danger areas of Spain over a spike in coronavirus circumstances.
Authorities have informed travellers to keep away from “autonomous communities of Aragon, Catalonia and Navarra” after Germans had been a few of the first welcomed again to Spain in June.
In the meantime, the most recent coronavirus dying toll within the UK stands at 45,878.
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