British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has introduced three levels of sanctions on the coronavirus, which will be approved by parliament before the corona levels can be implemented.
Addressing parliament, Boris Johnson said the coming weeks and months would be difficult, but there was no need for a complete lockdown, which would affect children’s education and the country’s economy.
He said Corona was introducing three levels of sanctions, “medium, high and very high”, meaning that the “medium alert” of sanctions meant many areas of the country were included.
He said that the high alert will prevent the spread of corona from one house to another, the very high alert will be where the spread of corona will be very fast and bars, clubs, and gyms will be closed but the business will be closed. And educational institutions will remain open.