sale, Local Online News Community, Forums, Chats, For Sale, Classified, Offers, Film Reviews, Events, Motors Sale, Property For Sale Rent, Jobs, Hotels, Taxi, Restaurants, Pubs, Clubs, Pictures, Sports, Charities, Lost Found

  1. Published on: 29/03/2020 07:56 AMReported by: roving-eye
    The Prime Minister will write to every UK household to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

    A letter from the Prime Minister will land on the doorsteps of 30 million households across all four UK nations from next week.

    The Prime Minister will outline the guidance everyone should follow and the measures the government has put in place to fight coronavirus and to support businesses and workers.

    He will urge everyone to follow the rules to save lives and thank NHS staff working round the clock as well as everyone volunteering their time to protect others.


    I am writing to you to update you on the steps we are taking to combat
    coronavirus.

    In just a few short weeks, everyday life in this country has changed dramatically.
    We all feel the profound impact of coronavirus not just on ourselves, but on our
    loved ones and our communities.

    I understand completely the difficulties this disruption has caused to your lives,
    businesses and jobs. But the action we have taken is absolutely necessary, for one
    very simple reason.

    If too many people become seriously unwell at one time, the NHS will be unable
    to cope. This will cost lives. We must slow the spread of the disease, and reduce
    the number of people needing hospital treatment in order to save as many lives as
    possible.

    That is why we are giving one simple instruction – you must stay at home.
    You should not meet friends or relatives who do not live in your home. You may
    only leave your home for very limited purposes, such as buying food and
    medicine, exercising once a day and seeking medical attention. You can travel to
    and from work but should work from home if you can.

    When you do have to leave your home, you should ensure, wherever possible,
    that you are two metres apart from anyone outside of your household.

    These rules must be observed. So, if people break the rules, the police will issue
    fines and disperse gatherings.

    I know many of you will be deeply worried about the financial impact on you and
    your family. The Government will do whatever it takes to help you make ends
    meet and put food on the table.

    The enclosed leaflet sets out more detail about the support available and the rules
    you need to follow. You can also find the latest advice at gov.uk/coronavirus
    From the start, we have sought to put in the right measures at the right time. We
    will not hesitate to go further if that is what the scientific and medical advice tells
    us we must do.

    It’s important for me to level with you – we know things will get worse before
    they get better. But we are making the right preparations, and the more we all
    follow the rules, the fewer lives will be lost and the sooner life can return to
    normal.

    I want to thank everyone who is working flat out to beat the virus, in particular
    the staff in our fantastic NHS and care sector across England, Scotland, Wales
    and Northern Ireland. It has been truly inspirational to see our doctors, nurses and
    other carers rise magnificently to the needs of the hour.

    Thousands of retired doctors and nurses are returning to the NHS – and hundreds
    of thousands of citizens are volunteering to help the most vulnerable. It is with
    that great British spirit that we will beat coronavirus and we will beat it together.
    That is why, at this moment of national emergency, I urge you, please, to stay at
    home, protect the NHS and save lives.
     

    Submit News to Us








  2. Check Todays Deals on Ebay.co.uk      Check Todays Deals On Amazon.co.uk

    Your Comments:


  3. Red devil says:29/03/2020 09:31 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by roving-eye View Post
    The Prime Minister will write to every UK household to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

    A letter from the Prime Minister will land on the doorsteps of 30 million households across all four UK nations from next week.

    The Prime Minister will outline the guidance everyone should follow and the measures the government has put in place to fight coronavirus and to support businesses and workers.

    He will urge everyone to follow the rules to save lives and thank NHS staff working round the clock as well as everyone volunteering their time to protect others.


    I am writing to you to update you on the steps we are taking to combat
    coronavirus.

    In just a few short weeks, everyday life in this country has changed dramatically.
    We all feel the profound impact of coronavirus not just on ourselves, but on our
    loved ones and our communities.

    I understand completely the difficulties this disruption has caused to your lives,
    businesses and jobs. But the action we have taken is absolutely necessary, for one
    very simple reason.

    If too many people become seriously unwell at one time, the NHS will be unable
    to cope. This will cost lives. We must slow the spread of the disease, and reduce
    the number of people needing hospital treatment in order to save as many lives as
    possible.

    That is why we are giving one simple instruction – you must stay at home.
    You should not meet friends or relatives who do not live in your home. You may
    only leave your home for very limited purposes, such as buying food and
    medicine, exercising once a day and seeking medical attention. You can travel to
    and from work but should work from home if you can.

    When you do have to leave your home, you should ensure, wherever possible,
    that you are two metres apart from anyone outside of your household.

    These rules must be observed. So, if people break the rules, the police will issue
    fines and disperse gatherings.

    I know many of you will be deeply worried about the financial impact on you and
    your family. The Government will do whatever it takes to help you make ends
    meet and put food on the table.

    The enclosed leaflet sets out more detail about the support available and the rules
    you need to follow. You can also find the latest advice at gov.uk/coronavirus
    From the start, we have sought to put in the right measures at the right time. We
    will not hesitate to go further if that is what the scientific and medical advice tells
    us we must do.

    It’s important for me to level with you – we know things will get worse before
    they get better. But we are making the right preparations, and the more we all
    follow the rules, the fewer lives will be lost and the sooner life can return to
    normal.

    I want to thank everyone who is working flat out to beat the virus, in particular
    the staff in our fantastic NHS and care sector across England, Scotland, Wales
    and Northern Ireland. It has been truly inspirational to see our doctors, nurses and
    other carers rise magnificently to the needs of the hour.

    Thousands of retired doctors and nurses are returning to the NHS – and hundreds
    of thousands of citizens are volunteering to help the most vulnerable. It is with
    that great British spirit that we will beat coronavirus and we will beat it together.
    That is why, at this moment of national emergency, I urge you, please, to stay at
    home, protect the NHS and save lives.
    Be better saving the money and spend it on vital PPE equipment for our valiant NHS workers.

  4. Alikado says:29/03/2020 10:23 AM
    I hope the letter will explain Why they cut back on testing ignoring WHO advice
    Why they are only doing a tenth of the tests Germany do
    Why they ignored the result of an exercise 4 years ago which highlighted the NHS could not cope with a Pandemic.
    Why they never increased the supply of PPE until the virus hit
    Why are they have not tested the staff off sick & self isolating

  5. Likes Lorquinho, Nash, Lamparilla, donkey22 liked this post
    Dislikes justbecause, abbeyroad disliked this post
  6. Nash says:29/03/2020 10:44 AM
    Hard to respect the guidance of a PM who failed to follow his own government's advice on social distancing. A Covidiot.

  7. Likes The PNP, donkey22 liked this post
  8. salus.populi says:29/03/2020 04:13 PM
    Write a letter? In this day and age and in this situation?
    I'm sure there are plenty of other mediums with which to address the nation rather than sending postmen to every house.


Custom Search

You are in: UK / Sale / North West
Find any Town in the UK, or Use UK map
Local Google MAP for Sale

User Control Panel

Not a Member? Sign Up!

Login or Register


Privacy & Cookie Policy


       
   Check Todays Deals On Amazon.co.uk
   Check Todays Deals on Ebay.co.uk
Christmas trees in sale
Firewood suppliers in sale
Replacement Stove Glass in sale
Bulk Aggregates in sale
Supporting Local Business

Be Seen - Advertise on Qlocal




UK, Local Online News Community, Forums, Chats, For Sale, Classified, Offers, Vouchers, Events, Motors Sale, Property For Sale Rent, Jobs, Hotels, Taxi, Restaurants, Pubs, Clubs, Pictures, Sports, Charities, Lost Found
salesale News



Stats: Qlocal over 500,000 page views a month (google analytics)