Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a severe accusation against former adviser Dominic Cummings the day before on Thursday, accusing him of failing to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and calling himself a life-saving action. Every effort was made.
The prime minister who visited an Essex county hospital on Thursday morning stated that he had to “make a series of extremely difficult decisions during that health crisis” and emphasized that “being driven by the determination to save lives at every stage” .
On Wednesday, during a seven-hour hearing held by a parliamentary committee, his former adviser, Dominic Cummings, attacked a government-managed pandemic that caused nearly 128,000 people in the UK Death, this is the most people in Europe.
Six months after he left office due to internal struggles, the 49-year-old Cummings was the brainchild of the Brexit movement in 2016 and the designer who clearly won Boris Johnson in the parliamentary elections in December 2019. The Prime Minister was ruthless, calling him “incompetent.”
He claimed that the conservative leader ignored the advice of scientists and realized the seriousness of the situation was too late. Cummings accused the government of failing to protect nursing home users from the pandemic, and did not allow them to go home after hospitalization without being tested for COVID-19, thus spreading the virus.
Boris Johnson defended Thursday: “What happened in the nursing home was tragic, but we have done everything we can to protect the public health service to reduce transmission.
He added: “At the beginning of the pandemic, we didn’t know how the virus spread asymptomatically. This is one of the reasons why we have some problems in nursing homes.”
Cummings believes that “thousands” of deaths could have been avoided. This requirement surfaced on the covers of several newspapers on Thursday. At the hearing, Cummings also accused Health Minister Matt Hancock of “revealing lies in meetings and public occasions. He should be fired.” The minister replied that these were “false and baseless allegations”.