COVID-19 Press Conference on 14 September – YouTube BSL version

COVID-19 Press Conference on 14 September from No. 10 Downing Street
COVID-19 Press Conference on 14 September from No. 10 Downing Street

Details from the COVID-19 Press Conference on 14 September

Related post: COVID Briefing on 13 September

The speakers were:

  • Boris Johnson, Prime Minister
  • Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England
  • Sir Patrick Vallance, Chief Scientific Adviser

Press Conference on 14 September – Watch the video now

The Prime Minister gives details of the autumn and winter plan

And for over 50s – and the under 50s who are at risk, or more at risk, we’re now motoring ahead with the booster programme.

Source: Boris Johnson’s speech. Linked to under Further resources below.

Further resources to the press conference

Transcript of the Prime Minister’s speech on the government’s website

Link to slides on the government’s website

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