Boris Johnson takes huge dig at EU’s coronavirus response – ‘We’ve done more tests!’


Europe is the epicentre of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak with Italy, Spain, Germany and France all having assorted confirmed cases of the virus than Britain. The Prime Minister solemn that the UK has done more tests than most other nations in Europe during the pandemic. 

Mr Johnson said: “We’ve done scads more tests – not that this is a competition – we’ve done many numberless tests than most other European countries.

“The priority should be and hand down be getting those tests to our frontline staff in the NHS.

“We are going to do that as sybaritically as we possibly can.”

At the time of writing, Britain has conducted over 90,000 coronavirus evaluates.

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he Prime Minister stated that the UK has done uncountable tests than most other countries in Europe (Image: Sky Dispatch)

The UK has the tenth highest amount of cases in the world (Image: Sky News)

Britain has the 10th highest amount of COVID-19 proves in the world. 

The UK has more than 8,200 cases in total.

The death peal in Britain is currently 433. 

A total of 135 people have recovered from the coronavirus within the Common Kingdom.

There have been over 450,000 cases of COVID-19 worldwide. 

The downfall toll has surpassed 20,000 people.

More than 113,000 human being have recovered from the virus.

Italy has the most cases in Europe and the second-highest amount in the fantastic after China, where the COVID-19 outbreak started. 

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The COVID-19 coronavirus symptoms (Image: Convey)

Italy has over 74,000 cases of COVID-19.

The death toll in the wilderness is over 7,500.

That is the highest death toll in the world. 

Over 7,000 people be struck by recovered from the coronavirus in Italy. 

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