United Kingdom: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson cancels his visit to India for Republic Day. As he announced a lockdown in the United Kingdom recently. New Strain Of Deadly Coronavirus is no less than a threat to the population.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed with the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi in this morning. People expressed their point of view about this cancellation and fresh lockdown in the UK on Twitter.
People Reaction on Twitter:
Lopez wrote, “The Nigeria Government hasn’t banned flight from the UK yet even after the announcement that they discovered a new covid 19 strain that’s more deadly than the known one. Today, the prime minister of the UK, Borris Johnson, just announced six weeks nationwide lockdown.”
Dr. Sunshine Badge wrote, “The UK is now on national lockdown until late February. I just watched Borris Johnson’s address, and though I have never been a fan of his, I appreciate these strict measures and his appreciation of science in the face of this ongoing pandemic.”
Krypto Builds tweeted,” #Love or #Hate Borris Johnson. Give the guy a Lil credit. Yes, we are locked down for the third time, I’d rather be in lockdown and safe than be making other arrangements. But if the Gran Mobele’s and the Youth Listened. Thing’s would be a little different right now.”
Another User Tagged Boris stated, “Schools are safe to send your children, says Borris Johnson and his cronies. As they prepare to safely keep their children at home because their schools will remain closed.”
Katie tweeted,”#borrisjohnson if it was a choice between Christmas or children staying in school… Tears this evening at the news of another six-week lockdown. Not such a Happy New Year then!”
people complaining about Borris Johnson but they are the first ones to not follow the rules.
im happy we are in a full lockdown now and we can hopefully stop people doing that 🙂
— Danielle Scott (@danielleXscott) January 4, 2021
Another user wrote, “people complaining about Borris Johnson, but they are the first ones not to follow the rules. I’m happy we are in a full lockdown now, and we can hopefully stop people doing that.”