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BORIS JOHNSON: And so I can confirm today that, for the first time, we are past the peak of this disease. We're past the peak, and we are on the downward slope.
And we have so many reasons to be hopeful for the long term. The UK is leading international efforts to find a vaccine. Today, Oxford University has announced a partnership with AstraZeneca to develop what they believe could soon be a means of inoculating ourselves against this disease.
I will be setting out a comprehensive plan next week to explain how we can get our economy moving, one, how we get our children back to school, back into childcare, second, and third, how we can travel to work and how we can make life in the workplace safer. And in short, how we can continue to suppress the disease and, at the same time, restart the economy.