UK Covid-19: Boris Johnson address from isolation in full on 19 July ‘Freedom Day’

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Boris Johnson insisted it is still necessary for people to make the ‘sacrifice’ of quarantine when they have come into contact with a positive case – although he said a few groups of key workers will be allowed to rely on tests instead.

And he laid down a warning to younger generations who have been more resistant to getting jabs, making clear that from September they will need to prove they have been vaccinated to go into nightclubs and other venues. The defiant stance came despite ‘Freedom Day’ being branded ‘disaster day’ by stricken businesses who are demanding the government dumps farcical test and trace rules to stop the country becoming the ‘United Pingdom’. The premier is holed up at his Chequers retreat a comical U-turn from initially saying he and Rishi Sunak would dodge quarantine. He has tested negative for coronavirus so far and is not displaying symptoms, according to No10. But the lifting of almost all legal restrictions has been overshadowed by fears about spiking cases bringing the economy grinding to a halt, as more and more people are doomed to house arrest.

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