Many United Kingdom citizens have joined the #BorisOut campaign which seeks the ouster of Prime Minister Boris Johnson who is persecuted for the way he is handling the coronavirus.
The #BorisOut campaign is initiated after Mr Johnson has imposed a “very high” coronavirus alert level, Tier 3 on Greater Manchester as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus that has been on an upward trend in recent weeks.
Mr Johnson said he had no option but to take the tough decision as lockdown regulations were being violated. He said:
That means that pubs and bars must close, unless they are serving substantial meals, households can’t mix in doors, or in most outdoor settings.
In some public outdoor spaces groups must be limited to the rule of six.
And, we strongly advise against travel into and out of the area.
The citizenry say stringent measures will eventually take its toll on the economy resulting in deteriorating living standards as the majority’s sources of income would have been blocked.
Johnson says areas will come out of Tier 3 ‘when they are able to make progress’ as far as the rate of infections is concerned.
He said the measures that are put in place are reviewed every 28 days.