Johnson and Macron to jointly combat spread of coronavirus
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to French President Emmanuel Macron Wednesday on coordinating responses to the spread of novel coronavirus.
"They discussed the coronavirus epidemic and the Prime Minister updated the President on the UK’s four strand approach to contain the virus, delay its spread, research its origins and cure and mitigate the impact should the virus become more widespread," a Downing Street spokesperson said.
Johnson and Macron agreed to work together on an international response to combat the spread of coronavirus.
France has 285 confirmed cases of coronavirus, in the UK 85 people now confirmed to have the virus.