British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday the country’s economy could recover more strongly after the coronavirus pandemic than some “pessimists” had predicted.
“I have no doubt that if we get it right, and I’m sure we can, we can have a strong jobs-led recovery that I think could be much stronger than many of the pessimists have been saying over the last six months or so,” Johnson told broadcasters while speaking from a school preparing for next week’s reopening.
The prime minister also said there was no reason to think that COVID-19 vaccines were ineffective against new variants of the coronavirus.
“But obviously we are continuing to do everything we can to stop variants coming in at our borders, that’s why we’ve got a tough regime,” he added.
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