Deaths increase in Kovid, United Kingdom (+316), and police in Manchester discover a cave in the center

Today 316 people have died due to coronovirus in Britain. But there are people in Manchester who organized the Santo Stefano Rev with 100 people. The number of Kovid deaths provided by local health authorities is faster than the 210 deaths reported yesterday, while more restrictive measures have been taken in various areas of the country regarding travel.

They too 30.501 I am New cases Kovid-19 was diagnosed in the last 24 hours, which was announced yesterday.

Despite this dramatic situation, there are still people who organize parties and find themselves as if nothing had happened. Last night police searched and stopped a Rev. Downtown (Hanover Street) A Manchester. About a hundred people were missing and displaced from a vacant building from where the banging music was playing. The city is at level 3 of the restrictions. This means that it is not possible to meet in closed places with people who are not from one’s family. A maximum of 6 people can meet outsiders, regardless of their family. You can’t go to the pub, but you can. You cannot proceed except for emergencies and causes related to work, health and school. It is not highly recommended to travel by public transport,

The police rally in Manchester was in the city center. A 27-year-old man was arrested and two youths (17 and 18) received fines of £ 1,000. The agents raided at around 4.20 pm after receiving reports of sharp music. When they arrived, they saw about 100 people in the cave in empty flats on Hanover Street. They dispersed the crowd and confiscated musical instruments.

As Manchester Evening News reported, police say that the people in the rave were not just from Manchester, but came from all over the North West. Chief Inspector Colin McDermid said that anti-Kovid legislation has been violated and investigations are underway to ensure that the organizers of this rally are held accountable for unacceptable actions. «Most people in Manchester made tremendous difficult sacrifices during Christmas and respected the rules we all have to follow; However, it is the minority of those who are involved in such events that are likely to undo everyone’s hard work“, she added.

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