The British Prime Minister has apologized after failing to explain a coronavirus rule coming into effect Wednesday, in north east England.
During a press conference to announce new skills, training and education to help the economy post Covid-19, Boris Johnson was asked to explain how the "rule of six" would apply to the areas coming under stricter restrictions.
Johnson incorrectly said six people from different households could mix inside or in a hospitality setting, but not outside. He later apologized for misspeaking on his twitter account.
Here's how he explained the rule:
Johnson has come under criticism from other MPs and the press for what some say are confusing Covid-19 restrictions.