Boris Johnson says, will take further measures ensuring all workers will get support for covid crisis
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Boris Johnson says, will take further measures ensuring all workers will get support for covid crisis

On Wednesday, British PM Boris Johnson expressed that his legislature would present new measures to help workers and shield private tenants from being removed from their homes due to coronavirus.

Britain is setting up testing for coronavirus to 25,000 every day. The health ministry later told that the administration aimed to find a workable solution within a month.

Wednesday morning, Britain had tested over 56,000 individuals for coronavirus, 2,626 came out positive.

“We will present further measures to guarantee that each worker gets support all through this troublesome period,” Johnson told parliament.

Johnson’s spokesperson stated the administration was working with business groups and trade unions to “primarily build up the best help for peoples’ earnings and employment.” The need was to bring about a solution that could be conducted rapidly and reach the correct individuals, including through the present welfare system.

The administration likewise believes the business can build up a “point-of-care” swab test done outside of emergency clinics so that individuals with suspected symptoms can rapidly see whether they are infected with the coronavirus.

Article Credit: The Reuters/The Guardian

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