Covid-19 lockdown restrictions should be continued till February 3 in Britain

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged the Conservative Party legislators to support the government’s level-based Covid-19 lockdown in a parliamentary vote. He made this request in a letter which said that the latest restrictions should be continued till February 3.

Johnson said in the letter on Saturday that the levels would be reviewed every two weeks. It is notable that Boris Johnson is facing opposition from his own peers over the new lockdown standards. The letter is considered an attempt to pacify this protest.


Let us know that more than 1.6 million cases of corona virus infection have been reported in the UK so far. More than 44 thousand people have died due to this deadly global epidemic here. According to one figure, the condition of 1417 patients in corona-active cases remains critical.

Covid-19 lockdown restrictions should be continued till February 3 in Britain
Covid-19 lockdown restrictions should be continued till February 3 in Britain

Policemen have arrested 155 people during protests against the lockdown in central London. This step has been taken to prevent people from gathering in the midst of the Covid-19 epidemic. The Metropolitan Police has said those arrested have been charged with violating rules to prevent the spread of the corona virus, assaulting a police officer and possessing drugs.

A group protesting against rules such as stay at home in the wake of Covid-19, Save Our Rights UK, said it protested against the lockdown on Saturday. On October 31, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a second lockdown in England that began on November 5 and will remain in effect until December 2. Restrictions under lockdown prohibit the gathering of large numbers of people.