UK PM Johnson says he did not make remark about letting bodies pile up

UK PM Johnson says he did not make remark about letting bodies pile up
UK PM Johnson says he did not make remark about letting bodies pile up

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson denied making the supposed remark. — Reuters pic

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LONDON, April 26 — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson today said he did not say he would rather bodies piled “high in their thousands” than order a third coronavirus lockdown.

Asked whether he had made the remark, as reported by the Daily Mail newspaper, Johnson said: “No, but again, I think the important thing, I think, that people want us to get on and do as a government is to make sure that the lockdowns work, and, and they have.” — Reuters

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