And he urged the hustle and bustle of the centre of the
Nigel Farage has not had the bug, his spokesman told Articulate.co.uk
I had all the symptoms – I had a persistent dry cough and a definitely high temperature
“I had all the symptoms – I had a persistent dry cough and a undeniably high temperature.
“And I know some of my friends, MEPs or former MEPs now, also had features.”
Addressing the lockdown Britain currently finds itself under, Dr Bull suggested: “Some people think these measures are too draconian.
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“But I think the thing is that essentially the study that possess c visited out of Imperial College, frightened the Government.
“The herd immunity, which was the inaugural idea, may well have worked.
“But they were then tell, if you don’t do anything, you’re going to end up with 500 to 800,000 deaths, which desire obviously be completely unacceptable for many reasons.”
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As for the great unknown – the number of people who give birth to already had COVID-19 and therefore likely to have at least some refusal – Dr Bull added: “The Prime Minister is in a very difficult situation, because we don’t comprise hard data.
“What we do know the only hard data we compel ought to is fatality.
“How many people have died is only thing we conscious for sure right now.”
Dr Bull also said he had also been naught by the community spirit being demonstrated by Britons in a time of adversity.
Boris Johnson had a completely difficult job, said Dr Bull
He explained: “The reaction we are make enquiry has been amazing.
“The community spirit people are showing, coming into the open to deliver food and drop it outside older people’s homes and all the turn up of it, is wonderful.”
A spokesman for former Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was adamant Mr Farage had not had the virus, maintaining displayed no symptoms.
However, he told Express.co.uk in common with the massive majority of the UK population, the long-term anti-EU campaigner had not been tested.