Compliance with Covid isolation rules is a problem, says UK’s Gove

Michael Gove said that there was a problem with compliance and a challenge on enforcement. — Reuters pic
Michael Gove said that there was a problem with compliance and a challenge on enforcement. — Reuters pic

LONDON, Oct 18 — British senior minister Michael Gove said today there were problems with the level of compliance with Covid-19 self-isolation rules, as he ruled out imposing blanket restrictions across the country to tackle a surge in cases of the virus.

“There has been a problem with compliance and a challenge on enforcement,” Gove told Sky News on Sunday, adding that the support from government for people forced to self-isolate was always kept under review. — Reuters

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