Michael Gove has admitted the coronavirus lockdown is likely to last longer than three weeks, saying: “I wish I could predict when this will end.”
Amid suggestions that the restrictions will have to remain in place until June – much longer than the three weeks announced – the cabinet office minister signalled a likely extension.
“I can’t make an accurate prediction,” he said, urging “everyone” to keep “making a sacrifice”.
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