Britain’s lockdown could possibly be prolonged, UK Minister Gove informed Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Pedestrians walk near public health signs while the “R” reproductive number of COVID-19 infections has risen in the UK and is potentially above 1 in London, UK

LONDON (Reuters) – UK Cabinet Secretary Michael Gove said on Sunday that a one-month lock-up period announced for England could be extended.

When asked if a lockdown could be extended beyond early December, Gove told Sky News, “Yes.”

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