Boris Johnson says the "Eat out" drive COVID-19 spread cowardice in the United Kingdom.


US Prime Minister Boris Johnson has acknowledged that his government's summer food subsidy plan has helped spread the coronavirus.

Boris Johnson says the "Eat out" drive COVID-19 spread cowardice in the United Kingdom.


Under the "At Out to Help Out" campaign, the government paid  10 (.9 12.94) per person for a meal in a restaurant or cafe to start the economy and encourage people to spend money again. After the epidemic lockdown.

An increase in infections in COVID 19 since September forced Johnson to put pressure on the hospitality sector, which applied at 10 a.m. one minute. End-of-day curfew and strict rules for face cover in pubs and restaurants.

In an interview with the BBC's Andrew Marr on Sunday, Johnson defended the "At Out to Help Out" program to help protect millions of jobs in the hospitality industry, but acknowledged that its effects were contagious. Is lying on

"It was important to keep these jobs going," Johnson said. "While the scheme may have helped spread the virus, we obviously need to fight it."

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