British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has imposed strict restrictions on the movement of people for at least three weeks to control the spread of Kovid-19 in the country. Due to the virus, the death toll in the country has reached 335. In his address to the nation broadcast on television on Monday evening, he said that no Prime Minister wants to put such pressure on his people, but the situation is such that he has to restrict the movement of people and more than two people will be gathered.
Forced to take action against. Giving a message to people to come out of their house for only the most important things, Johnson said, "Since this evening I've been giving very simple instructions to the people of Britain - you stay home." People only need to buy essentials, any medical needs, For the care or help of any needy person and in connection with the work, it will be allowed to come and go, but only when the work cannot be done from home.
The Prime Minister said, "You don't have to meet friends." If your friends call you to meet you, you will have to say no. You don't have to meet family members who don't live in your house. " Johnson warned that anyone who violated these strict rules would have to face police action. Similar strictness is also seen in other countries of the world. France is also going to tighten the lockdown (closed) rules to deal with the virus, under which it will restrict exercise and shut down open markets.
Prime Minister Edward Phillip said in an interview on Monday that he would sign an order on Tuesday to close more than a kilometer of jogging and open markets. However local authorities may seek relief in some cases. Africa's most industrialized economy and 5. A nationwide shutdown will be effective for 21 days from Thursday in South Africa, a country with a population of 70 million. It was announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday after the Kovid-19 case reached 402 in the country. South Africa is the third African country after Rwanda and Tunisia to cease operations other than necessary economic activity.