British Prime Minister Boris Johnson bumps elbows with a staff member during his visit to a medical centre in Becton, east London. Photo: AFPBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson bumps elbows with a staff member during his visit to a medical centre in Becton, east London. Photo: AFP
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson bumps elbows with a staff member during his visit to a medical centre in Becton, east London. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson calls anti-vaxxers ‘nuts’, warns of second spike

  • The PM said Britain would be through the crisis by mid-2021 but feared there may be a second spike that could overwhelm the health service
  • Johnson said he hoped everybody would get a flu vaccine to lower the pressure on the NHS during the winter months

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson bumps elbows with a staff member during his visit to a medical centre in Becton, east London. Photo: AFPBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson bumps elbows with a staff member during his visit to a medical centre in Becton, east London. Photo: AFP
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson bumps elbows with a staff member during his visit to a medical centre in Becton, east London. Photo: AFP
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