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Coronavirus: Follow virus advice or 'tougher measures' likely, says PM

Boris Johnson has warned "tougher measures" could be introduced if people do not take the government's coronavirus advice seriously. UK News
The PM thanked people for making sacrifices but said people must follow social distancing guidance.
"If you don't do it responsibly... we will have to bring forward further measures," he said.
It comes as the number of UK deaths reached 281, including a person aged 18 with an underlying health condition.
They are thought to be the youngest person with the virus to have died in the UK so far. UK Business News
The rise of 48 deaths since Saturday includes 37 in England, seven in Wales, three in Scotland and another in Northern Ireland. The number of UK cases also rose to 5,683.
The NHS said all those who died in England in the past day were in vulnerable groups including with underlying health issues.
It comes as the NHS in England has identified 1.5 million of the most at-risk people who should now stay at home for 12 weeks.
The PM told those people to "shield" themselves, adding it "will do more than any other single measure that we are setting out to save life".


'Tougher measures' in the UK

Speaking at Downing Street's daily news conference, Mr Johnson told people going to parks they "have to do that responsibly". UK Political News
It comes after pictures showed people across parts of the UK visiting parks and open spaces in large numbers over the weekend.
Snowdonia National Park said the area "experienced its busiest ever visitor day in living memory" on Saturday, with other beaches and mountain summits busy. UK Press Release Distribution Services

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