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Boris Johnson blames coronavirus shortage for “colossal rise in demand” – BBC News




There are serious problems with people who need to be tested for coronavirus and there is more evidence that thousands of results have been delayed. Prime Minister Boris Johnson blamed the demand for what he called a “colossal region.” According to critics of Boris Johnson, the government has also failed to deliver on its promises. Johnson told lawmakers he was doing everything he could and said it would be “disastrous for the economy,” he said, adding that he had decided to avoid another blockade. Meanwhile, health officials in the north-west of England have warned that the coronavirus test system there is in breach. The demand is so high that some hospitals in Bolton, Wigan and Wirral have warned people with symptoms to stay away, saying there is no evidence in the accident and emergency services. Officials in the north-east of England have said they will impose new restrictions by the end of the week. Huw Edwards presents BBC News Ten as health editor Hugh Pym, health correspondent Dominic Hughes and Fiona Trott. Please subscribe HERE .



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