British PM urges Britons to flatten pandemic’s ‘second hump’

LONDON (AFP) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said yesterday he could close entertainment spots earlier to “stop the second hump” of coronavirus cases, comparing the country’s trajectory of resurgent transmission to a camel’s profile.

His government was set to unveil new restrictions in England, which could also include greater social curbs, initially targetting the northeast region where Covid-19 cases are surging.

More details on Friday’s Borneo Bulletin