In connection with the increase in the incidence of COVID-19 UK refuses further easing of restrictive measures. This was at a briefing in London on 31 July, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, reports Sky News.
According to the Prime Minister to keep the virus under control, it’s time to “apply the brakes”.
Plans to open from 1 August to bowling alleys, skating rinks and casinos will have to wait. Since August 8, it becomes mandatory the wearing of masks at exhibitions, in cinemas and during religious services.
Extended the ban on public events in the premises. Number of guests wedding ceremonies are limited to 30.
Johnson warned that you may need to further tighten the restrictions, if “people don’t follow the rules and do not behave safely.”
30 July, the UK Department of health has warned about a significant rise in infections in the area of Manchester and in parts of the North of England.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University in the United Kingdom since the beginning of the pandemic coronavirus infected 303 913 people (10th largest in the world) died 46 084.