COVID19: UK Minister Begs Anti-Racism Protesters Not To Attend Rallies, Coronavirus Second Wave Feared Due To Protests

June 11, 2020
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UK’s Health Minister , Matt Hancock urged anti-racism Protesters not to gather in large groups for public health and safety reasons reacting to black lives matter protests sweeping the UK and attracting thousands of supporters.

He said he understands people’s passion for a cause they believe in. How, COVID-19 thrives on social contacted regardless of what cause maybe.

Meanwhile in Europe a second wave of the virus is expected after mass protests over the death of George Floyd.

The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine fears people not maintain social distancing during protests could lead to the worst possible outcome.

Italy’s Health Minister, Roberto Speranza beloved a second wave although not certain is very possible.

Experts warn that the probability of a second wave friends on maintaining effective social distancing measures.

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