New coronavirus restrictions have been enacted in England as more than 50 people tighten their social life.
Wide area to the north, London And the southeastern parts are now more rigid to COVID-19 Rules.
Friday evening. No viewing time Wales Was effective from areas of high infection and Northern Ireland Has entered a tougher lockdown than the rest of the UK.
Strong measures have put more than 26 million people in England in the top two.
They also include:
- The Tier 3 rules across Lancashire mean that almost no socialization is allowed outside of a domestic bubble, and pubs, bars and restaurants are closed except for tubway services.
- Newly affected areas under the new Tier 3 rule are Burnley, Darwin, Blackpool, Charlie, Field, Handburn, Lancaster, Pendle, Preston, Rebel Valley, Rosendale, South Rebel, West Lancashire and Wire Black.
- The Tier 2 rule, which means families cannot mix indoors or in pubs, cafes and restaurants, was enforced across parts of the north and south east of England.
- Newly affected areas by the Tier 2 rule are London, Essex, Elambridge, Barrow-in-Furnace, North East Derbyshire, Irrawaddy, Chesterfield and York.
The rule was changed at midnight on Friday when the prime minister arrived just hours after he had set himself up against the city Manchester With the promise of the highest level of restraint – with or without the blessing of Mayor Andy Burnham
Speaking at a news conference on Downing Street, Boris Johnson described the city’s coronavirus outbreak as a “grave”.
“In recent trends, there will be more Kavid patients in intensive care than just the peak of the first wave in just two weeks so I urge the mayor to reconsider and hire constructively.
“I can’t stress enough: time is of the essence. The day that passes before action is taken means more people will go to the hospital, more people will be intensive care and more people will die tragically.
“Of course, if the deal can’t be done, I need to intervene to protect Manchester’s hospitals and save the lives of Manchester residents,” he said.
But on Friday, Sir Patrick Valence, the government’s chief scientific adviser, called the same briefing a “baseline” Tier 3 measure “almost certainly not enough” to reduce the number of infections.
And when Sky News Deputy Political Editor Sam Coates was asked if people between Downing Street and Manchester leaders would die as a result of sarcasm, he said: “These are terribly difficult decisions and there are casualties on both sides, as mentioned earlier.
“From an authentic epidemiological perspective, it’s important to move forward very quickly. It’s important to make sure that the harder you get below 1 and the sooner you do it, the sooner you get it under control.”
In Liverpool, Tier 3 bans have been in effect since Monday, but after Lancashire announced yesterday that they would join the “very high” risk level, there have been allegations of inconsistencies between the two regions.
The decision to close the gym in Liverpool, but not in Lancashire, was described by city mayor Joe Anderson as a “mismatch”.
In a joint statement, Regional Mayor Steve Roderham and six other local leaders added: “We will not allow our region to behave differently in the other three tiers without strong scientific evidence.
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According to the latest data from the government’s Scientific Advisory Group (SAG) for emergencies, the United Kingdom And the number – The rate at which the coronavirus is spreading – has increased from 1.2 to 1.5 to 1.3 to 1.5 on average.
This means that every 10 people who have the virus are going to be infected between 13 and 15.
A total of 5,311 patients are currently being treated for the virus in England, with 644 more admitted to Covid-19 hospital on Friday.
There was more 15,650 new cases have been confirmed Across the country – down from 18,980 on Thursday and 19,724 on Wednesday.
A total of one big jump was also thought to be infected in England – rising from an estimated 224,400 to 336,500 in one week.