Matt Hancock, the UK’s health secretary, says the number of deaths from the coronavirus in the UK is declining on a daily basis.
Matt Hancock told a news briefing on Downing Street that people should follow the instructions and enjoy the weekend, not risk it.
“Whether there are symptoms or not, care homes and staff will be tested corona,” he said.
Matt Hancock said care homes would provide 600 600 million to control the infection.
The health secretary said two-thirds of care homes in the UK had no cases of the corona, with 44 percent of adult workers working from home.
It should be noted that the number of people infected with the coronavirus has reached more than 45.46 million worldwide, while the death toll from this deadly epidemic has reached close to 344,000.
Around the world, 2,526,092 coronavirus patients are still being treated in hospitals, of which 45,512 are in critical condition and 1,716,115 have recovered.