British government advices against non essential travel outside the country
BREAKING: British government advices against non essential travel outside the country
As the Coronavirus continue to cause havoc, the British Firesign Secretary Dominic Raab has an announced that he is advising Bristish nationals to stay put at least for the next four weeks to curb the spread of COVID-19 deadly virus.
Mr Raab told MPs in the House of Commons:
“With immediate effect I’ve taken the decision to advise British nationals against non essential travel globally, for an initial period of 30 days and of course subject to ongoing review.”
It comes as countries around the world shut their borders to protect their countries from the virus.
Gambian President Adama Barrow will tonight address the Gambian people about the state of affairs with regards to the Coronavirus.
Thousands of Brits visit The Gambia on tourism which contributes 20 percent to the country’s GDP