Boris Johnson warns Britons not to ‘delude’ themselves that pandemic is over

Boris Johnson has urged Britons not to “delude” themselves that the pandemic is over amid growing fears about a second wave in Europe.

The Prime Minister said it was “absolutely vital as a country that we continue to keep our focus and our discipline,” adding: “Don’t delude ourselves that we are out of the woods or that this is all over, because it isn’t all over.”

He said: “We’ve got it at the moment under some measure of control. The numbers of deaths are well, well down.

“But I have to tell you that we’re looking at a resurgence of the virus in some other European countries. You can see what’s been happening in the United States.”

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