British Prime Minister novel coronavirus pneumonia: wash hands with hot water and soap

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 British Prime Minister novel coronavirus pneumonia: wash hands with hot water and soap


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in an interview that to prevent the new coronavirus is the top priority of the government. The most valuable advice is to wash your hands frequently, using hot water and soap for more than 20 seconds.

Johnson said he had met with the chief medical officer and the health minister to discuss the work, and would hold a British crisis response committee meeting on March 2 to make further suggestions on how to deal with the spread of the virus.

People are right to worry about the spread of the virus in the UK. Johnson said the best advice for now is to maintain good personal hygiene and wash hands with hot water and soap for more than 20 seconds.

Just before the prime ministers speech, the British health department confirmed a patient infected with the new crown virus in the UK on the night of 28 local time. At present, there are 20 people infected with the new coronavirus in the UK, 8 of whom have been cured and discharged.

Professor Chris Whitty, chief medical officer of England, said that the infected person had not gone abroad recently, it was not clear whether he had contacted directly or indirectly people with a history of foreign travel, and the tracking and investigation work was under way.

In novel coronavirus pneumonia, 28 British men who had been on the Diamond Princess cruise were killed on the day after they were diagnosed with the new crown pneumonia, according to the Japanese Ministry of health and labour, the news of the day of the day. According to the news of the Japanese Ministry of health and labour, the 1 men who were on the Diamond Princess cruise were killed. This is the first passenger other than Japanese who died on the cruise ship. So far, six passengers have died.

Johnson expressed sympathy and sympathy to the family of the British dead in the interview. As for the British man who was not transferred back to China, Johnson explained: we followed the best medical advice and we are very sorry for the loss of life. In the current situation, the best way is not to transfer the infected people, unless it is absolutely certain that the virus will not spread, otherwise do not take them back to the country.