Hello Hilary Jones, Great Britain, warned the British that getting on a plane could trigger a second spike in coronavirus.
Piers Morgan asked the health expert if flying was a “sensible thing to do” yet.
He said of course not.
“Air travel is at the origin of this pandemic, this is how it spread from China to Italy via Germany and Iran, through air travel in particular . “
After Susanna pointed out that almost all countries reopening via “ air bridges ” have fewer cases than the United Kingdom, he explained that there was a greater risk for other countries than the United Kingdom. United.
He added: “They want it for tourism, it is an economic decision.
“A lot of people say” we’re not going to do this “, a lot of people say” we’re not going to fly right away “, because you can’t socially get away on a plane.”
When asked if Dr. Hilary would consider stealing, he replied, “No. I wouldn’t do it. Absolutely not.”
The air bridges will allow the British to go on vacation to certain destinations without having to be quarantined for 14 days upon their return to the United Kingdom.
Instead of quarantine provisions, there will be a traffic light system, with officials classifying countries into green, amber and red categories based on the prevalence of coronavirus within the borders of each nation.
A list of quarantine-free countries is expected to be released on Wednesday, and restrictions will be lifted as of July 6.
Good Morning Britain is aired weekdays at 6 a.m. on ITV.