For the president of Police FederationJohn Apter is “absolutely clear that those who are drunk cannot or do not want to respect the rules of social distancing.” For him, after all, this Saturday night was a day of hard work, grappling with “naked men, happy drunks, angry drunks, brawls and other angry drunks ”in that one Southampton. In the north Nottinghamshireinstead, some are reported clashes with the police and four people were arrested while some pubs decided to close early, after finding that their customers did not comply with safety standards.
For Chris Whitty, the guide of the country’s health authorities, the British should have “a clear and disciplined approach to try to maintain social distancing while having fun in pubs”. After all, Whitty continues, “none of us believe that this is a risk-free passage. This is absolutely not the case, which is why we must be extremely serious about it. ” In UK 44 new coronavirus deaths and 624 new infections were reported yesterday in one day. The country, according to yesterday’s data provided by the BBC, counts 44,198 deaths is 284,900 cases sign in. Meanwhile, oIn addition to pubs, greater relaxation of security measures has also led to the reopening of restaurants, hairdressers and cinemas.