After losing connection and shutting down during an update, I get “problem loading certificate” “fsck exited with status code 4”

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While Ubuntu on Ideapad S.145 was updating the internet conection failed. I shut down the laptop. When conection resumes I find that there is a problem with the filesystem.
The message says it requires manual fsck, and I try this but nothing happens.
The report is
problem loading X.509 certificate -65
fsck exited with status code 4
BusyBox vi.30.1 (ubuntu 1:1.30.1 -4ubuntu6.1)

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