Coronavirus | The United Kingdom says it is at a “turning point” in the fight against viruses

England’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Jonathan Van Tamm, expressed his hope that history will not repeat itself in light of better tests and treatments, as well as greater knowledge of the virus itself.

A key medical advisor to the British government has warned that the country has reached a turning point in its battle against the Coronavirus pandemic, a day before Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions to close virus hotspots in the north of the country, England.

England’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Jonathan Van Tamm, said in a statement that the country is at a tipping point similar to where we were in March.

The United Kingdom experienced the most dangerous outbreak in Europe with more than 42,750 deaths.

Mr Van Tam hoped that history will not repeat itself in light of better tests and treatments, as well as greater knowledge of the virus itself.

On Monday, Mr Johnson is expected to impose additional restrictions in regions where the virus has spread the fastest in recent weeks. In northern cities like Liverpool, for example, bars and restaurants are expected to close.

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