Hands. Face. Space. What does Boris Johnson’s new coronavirus slogan mean?

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  • There were three words Boris Johnson repeated over and over again in his press conference about reintroducing coronavirus restrictions:

    Hands. Face. Space. The Prime Minister repeated these three words several times throughout the briefing. They might be easy to memorise as Johnson suggested – but what does it mean for you?

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