The latest pandemic has already been declared over, but there are still hundreds of thousands of people still living with the coronavirus that has now wiped out a quarter of the world’s population.
But a new strain of the virus that is spreading like wildfire across Europe has taken the strain to another level.
The pandemic virus is spreading fast, and now the outbreak has hit Britain’s capital city.
Over the past week alone, the number of cases has risen from an average of around 1,500 a day to more than 1,000 daily.
The UK has now recorded more than 3,500 new cases of coronaviruses since the pandemic began on September 26.
On Thursday, Britain’s health minister said that the number has now exceeded 500,000.
But there is still no cure, and the government has yet to issue a national coronaviral strategy.
The latest coronavirence has hit London’s transport network, with buses carrying passengers forced to stay at the city’s airport for more than 24 hours as a precaution.
The transport minister has called on passengers to use their own discretion and travel with their own safety in mind.
However, a number of British universities have been forced to cancel classes for the next two weeks as a result of the pandemics spread.
British authorities have said they have taken steps to prevent the spread of the new strain.
It is believed that many of the UK’s universities will remain closed as they prepare for the coronovirus pandemic, which could be longer than initially thought.
London has a population of around 10 million, but the number is expected to rise significantly as the virus spreads and people become more isolated.
UK police said the number was expected to double over the next few weeks as more people get vaccinated and more labs are set up.
The BBC’s Chris Morris said the city was “in a panic mode” and the number in lockdown was at “an all time high”.
We can’t let the virus spread, he said.
“We can’t just have a huge population of people on the streets.
It’s the most densely populated city in the world.”
The UK government has been urging the public to avoid travel to and from the capital, and is trying to persuade the public not to travel to the US, Canada and Australia until further notice.
In a statement on Friday, the health ministry said the UK was “well prepared” for the pandenics.
The outbreak in the UK has been the largest since the coronas disease in Britain was discovered in 1962, and it is believed to have killed around 40,000 people.
The first case of the coronajvirus was discovered outside of London in July this year, when an elderly couple in Oxfordshire was diagnosed with the disease.