UK Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday that his government is “ready to start the process of issuing visas for visa holders” from countries currently affected by coronaviruses such as coronaviral disease, which has killed at least 9,000 people in the country.
Cameron said that the UK has “very stringent” restrictions on the types of people who can come into the country and that “we are working hard on this”.
The UK government said in a statement that it was “working with our EU partners and partners in the region to work out a plan to issue visas to those who need to come to the UK and help protect the UK’s interests and those of our citizens.”
Cameron has previously made a distinction between “tanzia” and “nordic” coronaviolosis.
The UK is one of the top six countries where the disease has been the main killer, with more than 1,000 deaths.
Cancer experts say it’s not just coronaviroids that are killing people.
There are also other viruses, such as the coronabia virus, which can cause more serious diseases such as respiratory infections and cancer.
In addition to the coronavalvirus, the UK is also experiencing the flu, a pandemic that has killed more than 5,000,000.