(ANSA) - LONDON, NOV 26 - The restrictions intended to remain in force initially in almost all of England, for almost 55 million inhabitants of the United Kingdom, even after the end of the national lockdown bis expiring on December 2, are "a balance point" facing a threat, that of the coronavirus, not yet overcome. British Tory Prime Minister Boris Johnson said this tonight, reappearing in person after two weeks of precautionary isolation at a DowningStreet briefing on the pandemic.
"Losing control" now, he warned, would also mean jeopardizing the relaxation of the squeeze on family unions promised for 5 days at Christmas and above all "frustrating the sacrifices" of these weeks and risking the prospect of "another general lockdown at the beginning of the year. New Year". (HANDLE).