Kelvin Fletcher: Strictly Winner ‘Struggling To Take More’ Amid Second Locked News | Celebrity News | Showbiz and TV

Kelvin Fletcher: Strictly Winner 'Struggling To Take More' Amid Second Locked News |  Celebrity News |  Showbiz and TV

Kelvin Fletcher (36), the 2019 champion of Strictly Come Dancing, expressed his concerns on Twitter. When the Emerdale star admitted that he was “struggling to take more than this”, he urged fans to come to his aid if needed.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a four – week new lockdown across England, where bars and restaurants will close, and schools and universities will remain open.

Anxiety Kelvin decided to speak by sharing a post from the UK, in which he wrote: “With the news that England will enter the second lockdown, we understand that a lot of people will feel anxious and anxious.

“From blogs to webinars, there are corporate coronation resources that we can help: # Lockdown2 #UKlockdown.”

With his 275,000 Twitter followers, Kelvin announced that he was suffering after discovering the new rules.

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They wrote: “It will be tough, but we can do it. Think about one or two generations and see what difficulties they faced in WW1 and WW2.

“Living at home is not that difficult compared to where they lived.”

Health experts have warned that the country could not face corona virus cases unless new regulations are put in place.

Johnson told a news conference tonight that people would be asked to stay at home if they had no specific reason to leave.

The public will be allowed to exercise and socialize in public places, not indoors or in private gardens.

He also announced that people would go to work if they could not work from home.

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MPs will vote before 12.01am on Thursday on the new measures, and when the lockdown ends on December 2, the tire system will be reintroduced ahead of Christmas.

Johnson said no prime minister could ignore the growing number of cases of Kovid-19 infection.

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