PM Johnson says France's COVID situation is sad and could spread to UK



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LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday that the COVID-19 situation in France was very sad and experience had shown that the disease usually hit the United Kingdom a few weeks after it hurt France.

“I’m afraid you can see what’s happening in France… It’s very sad actually – it’s very very sad,” Johnson said. “When they get it in France and they get it bad, two or three weeks later it comes to us.”

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