Furious Brits have hit out at Health Secretary Matt Hancock and told him it’s a ‘bit f****** late’ to tell travellers from Wuhan to ‘self-isolate’ amid fears the killer coronavirus is spreading between people even if they do not show any symptoms. In a desperate attempt to prevent an outbreak on British soil, Mr Hancock begged travellers to stay indoors, avoid contact with anyone and ring NHS 111 if they have any symptoms. Officials are still desperately trying to hunt down the 1,500 people who are still in the UK after landing from Wuhan in the past fortnight. Britons have asked if Mr Hancock’s ‘madness’ is the Government’s way of admitting they have no idea who has arrived in the UK from Wuhan, with one even urging the Health Secretary – who was last week told by politicians to ‘pull his finger out’, to ‘do the job we pay him to do’. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted the Government is doing ‘everything we can’ to evacuate the hundreds of Britons stuck in the deserted Chinese city, revealing ministers are working with their counterparts in the US to draw up a rescue mission amid claims that China is blocking an… Read full this story
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