‘It’s time to wake up’: UK warns of new threats to UK food security
With Britain’s food security on the brink of collapse, the government is warning that the worst of the new threats are set to strike in 2019.
The government’s National Food Strategy (NFSS) warns of a growing threat to food security in the North-East, particularly in Scotland, the South West, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It also warns of an emerging food-borne outbreak in parts of England.
“Food security in England is on the verge of collapse,” the government said.
What you need to know about the coronavirus:What you can do in the UK to stay safe:What to do if you have a feverThe UK has been hit by a pandemic that has killed over 1,000 people.
More than 300,000 have died and millions more have become infected.
Nearly half the deaths have been in England, but more than one million people have been infected in the whole of the UK.
There are fears that the disease is spreading beyond the UK, with the first cases of it detected in Scotland in October.
Scottish Health Minister Marise Payne said that if the virus was to be contained in the north-east of England, it would be a “game changer”.
“If we have this spread in Scotland it would mean that it would have to be addressed in England as well,” she said.
“If Scotland were to become the only place where the disease did come into the UK then it would also be an important game changer in terms of reducing the spread.”
The Scottish government has said it would work with health authorities across the country to find solutions to stop the spread of the disease.
But some food producers have warned that if they cannot secure food supplies, they will be forced to close.
The UK Government said it was working closely with the health authorities in the region and the NHS.
Its response:The National Food strategy (NFSA) warns that in the past 12 months, more than 3,000 cases of coronaviruses have been detected in the United Kingdom.
This is despite the fact that the majority of people are living in the Northern Hemisphere.
The strategy says that in 2019, the virus could spread across the UK in areas that are not traditionally affected by coronaviral disease.
It says the “highest risk” areas include the North West of England (between the Midlands and East Midlands), the South East of England and the North East of Scotland.
“We recognise that the virus can be difficult to control in some parts of the country and there is a real risk that outbreaks may occur elsewhere, particularly across the North Atlantic,” the NFS says.
However, the NFAS says there are also areas where the virus is less likely to be spread.
“These areas include areas in the Western Isles and Northern England that are very far from the UK border and are therefore relatively unaffected,” it says.
“However, there are areas in which outbreaks have been reported in the South and West of Scotland where the outbreak is more likely to occur.”
The NHS has urged people to be vigilant in the coming months, as outbreaks can happen anywhere, at any time.
For the latest news on coronavirecosis, read our coronavisys update.
What you should know about coronavirochymosis:The NFS said that more than 4,300 people in the first three months of this year had tested positive for the coronas, including 2,719 who had died.
Some 2,000 of these died.
“This is one of the highest levels of the coronariolosis outbreak we have seen,” the NHS said.
“We know the virus may be spread via contaminated food.
The NHS recommends that people with symptoms of coronacovirus be tested immediately, regardless of where they are, or what they have eaten.”
What to know when it comes to the coronava:The virus can cause mild to severe symptoms including fever, headache, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting and joint pain.
If you have symptoms of a coronavrio infection, see your GP or get tested.