The tide can be turned in the coronavirus fight within the next 12 weeks, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, as he updated the public on the timetable for restrictions.
“I cannot say that by the end of June we will be on the downward slope, I cannot say that for certain,” he said. “But what I can say is that this is going to be finite and I can say that this is how we’re going to do it in the next 12 weeks.”
It comes as Her Majesty The Queen has sent a message of support to country, saying the Royal family ‘stand ready to play our part’ in challenge ahead.
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