Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to the media as he visits a Covid-19 vaccination centre at Little Venice Sports Centre in London on October 22. Photo: AFP
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to the media as he visits a Covid-19 vaccination centre at Little Venice Sports Centre in London on October 22. Photo: AFP

British PM Boris Johnson says Plan B coronavirus curbs ‘not on the cards’ despite surge in cases

  • Authorities said there is no need for mask mandates, work-from-home orders and vaccine passports if enough people have Covid-19 vaccines and booster shots
  • Covid-19 infections in Britain are up 17.9 per cent over the last seven days, while a Delta subvariant called AY.4.2 is being investigated

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to the media as he visits a Covid-19 vaccination centre at Little Venice Sports Centre in London on October 22. Photo: AFP
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to the media as he visits a Covid-19 vaccination centre at Little Venice Sports Centre in London on October 22. Photo: AFP
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