LODDON: Hundreds of homeless people in London are being kept in hotels to isolate themselves and provide them with “vital protection” from the coronavirus, City Mayor Sadiq Khan announced Saturday.
Three hundred rooms have been made available in two hotels over the next 12 weeks, the mayor’s office said in a statement. The outbreak is affecting everyone in London and we must do everything possible to protect everyone’s health – not least the Londoners who spend each night sleeping poorly on the streets of the capital, “said Khan. to make sure that they, and everyone in London, are safe and secure. ”
The program is expected to start on Friday night. Additions from the mayor’s office last year revealed that there were 1,100 people lying dead on the streets of London last night. Sleepers will be kept at two Intercontinental chain hotels and will be moved to the accommodation of black cabinets, dedicated to the project. The announcement in London comes after the British government took strict measures to deal with the virus and ordered places such as restaurants, restaurants and cafés to close. So far, 177 people have died in the UK from COVID-19.