UK Government is launching a Covid-19 alert system in England to track the virus.
According to details, the threat level of coronavirus will be measure on a scale of one to five and be adjusted as per the data.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will address the country today in which he is likely to announce the Covid-19 alert system. He will tell the people to “stay alert, control the virus, save lives”.
He will tell the public that the UK is entering the most “dangerous’ stage to fight against coronavirus.
He told the paper, “Mountaineers always say that coming down from the peak is the most dangerous bit. That’s when you’re liable to be over-confident and make mistakes… you have to make sure you don’t run too fast, lose control and stumble.”
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick told Sky’s Sophy Ridge said on Sunday, “At the moment we believe the country is at four on a scale of five, with five being the most concerning. And we aspire to bring that down as swiftly as we can to three.”
He said that it was right to “update and broaden” the message to people from “stay at home” to “stay alert”.
He said. “I think that’s what the public wants and that they will be able to understand this message, which is that we should be staying home as much as possible but when we do go to work and go about our business we need to remain vigilant, we need to stay alert,
Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth said Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth is risky, as the virus survives on ambiguity.
“We need absolute clarity from Boris Johnson. There’s no room for nuance in this,” he told