Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday he was worried about a second wave of coronavirus infections in Europe and that the government would not hesitate to act to bring back quarantine measures if necessary to keep Britain safe.
Britain’s Health Secretary Matt Hancock. (File photo: Reuters)
Matt Hancock on @SkyNews talks abt his worry that #COVID19 #secondwave is moving across Europe. Clever framing, but he can't hide evidence that this is a home grown problem. R values in SE and SW now est. to be >1 https://t.co/hKKnWqdT2s pic.twitter.com/ZJEh0DIwiF— Andy Seal (@andrewj_seal) July 30, 2020
Going abroad for a holiday? Check if your destination is included in a travel corridor and whether you'll need to self-isolate when you return to England: https://t.co/ZIBO92GiCr#TravelSafely (1/2) pic.twitter.com/oPv1tQTibH— GOV.UK (@GOVUK) July 15, 2020