Brits resorting to Google after confusing coronavirus advice

Google searches about whether people could now visit their family spiked 100-fold the hour Johnson addressed the nation at 7pm on Sunday night. But Raab gave conflicting advice to different TV stations, in one case saying people could not meet family members outside their household, but in another that it was permitted if physical distancing was practiced. After that, the government published its 51-page guidance (pdf) Monday afternoon, which spelled out a three-step roadmap about how the UK could get everyday life back to as it was before the pandemic. Gallery: Coronavirus turns the world into a ghost town (The Atlantic) The previous slogan, which told people to “stay home,” was understood by more than nine out of ten Brits.