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US News Against the Covid, the British Prime Minister tightens the screw and closes pubs and restaurants from 10 p.m.

21:35  22 september  2020
21:35  22 september  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

Coronavirus: the British government tightens the screws, pubs under curfew

 Coronavirus: the British government tightens the screws, pubs under curfew © Provided by Le Point Curfew at 10 p.m. for pubs, return to telework ... British Prime Minister Boris Jonhson tightened the restrictions on Tuesday in force to contain an epidemic of the new coronavirus reaching a "dangerous turning point" and avoid resorting to "more drastic" measures.

All pubs , bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues in England must have a 22:00 closing time from The full measures will be set out by the prime minister in the House of Commons later. He denied the government was wrong to relax coronavirus measures against the virus in the summer

The Prime Minister today announced in the House of Commons that facemasks will be made Wetherspoons founder Tim Martin said the 10 pm curfew 'doesn't even stand up to five minutes' The PM this afternoon announced a tightening of restrictions for pubs and restaurants for six months.

  Contre le Covid, le Premier ministre britannique serre la vis et ferme pubs et restaurants dès 22 heures © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

Faced with the resurgence of the coronavirus, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday 22 September further restrictions, including a 10pm curfew for pubs in England, warning of the possibility of "more drastic" measures.

Accused of having worsened the toll of the pandemic by delaying the ordering of containment in March, the head of the Conservative government warned, before Parliament, that the United Kingdom had "reached a dangerous turning point" . In an attempt to reverse the trend, pubs, bars and restaurants will notably have to close at 10 p.m. from Thursday in England. Only table service will now be authorized.

Closure of bars and restaurants in Marseille, Paris on "heightened alert": Olivier Véran tightens the screw

 Closure of bars and restaurants in Marseille, Paris on © Reuters The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, announced new measures to fight against the spread of the epidemic. Bars and restaurants will have to close in Marseille and Guadeloupe. The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, presented Wednesday evening a new mapping of the epidemic, which passes several metropolises, including Lille, Toulouse, Saint-Etienne, Rennes, Rouen, Grenoble, Montpellier, Paris and the departments of the small crown on "enhanced alert".

LONDON — Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain plans to impose new restrictions on nightlife, including the forced early closure of pubs and Pubs and restaurants will be restricted by law to offering table service only and must close at 10 p . m ., beginning on Thursday, Downing Street said

Pubs , bars and restaurants in England will have to shut by 10 pm from Thursday under new nationwide Emma McClarkin, chief executive of the British Beer and Pubs Association, said the new rules Police in England to enforce Covid pub rules with fines and arrests. Forces given powers to

"I am sorry that it affects many companies which are just falling back on their feet but we must act", argued Boris Johnson before the deputies.

"The spread of the disease does tend to happen later at night after more alcohol has been consumed" Boris Johnson… https://t.co/kSWxjPdIks

—BBCPolitics (@BBC Politics) The government tightens the screw

After inciting people to return to work to help revive the economy, the government has changed its position and is asking people to work from home if they can. The government has also postponed the public's return to sporting events which was scheduled for next month. From Monday, weddings can only have a maximum of fifteen participants.

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Wearing a mask will be compulsory in taxis as well as for employees of shops, bars and restaurants, and the penalties will be tightened. Violation of the rules on wearing a mask or on gatherings (limited to six people) will be punishable by a fine of 200 pounds (218 euros).

Faced with the Covid threat, the government is pulling out heavy artillery

 Faced with the Covid threat, the government is pulling out heavy artillery © ELIOT BLONDET The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, Wednesday. The restrictions to contain the epidemic affect more than ten metropolises. On maximum alert, Aix-Marseille and Guadeloupe are particularly targeted by the turn of the screw announced Wednesday evening by Olivier Véran. Restrictions, the big comeback.

Pubs , bars and restaurants in England will be forced to close their doors by 10 pm starting from Thursday, UK media reported. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce the new rule in parliament on Tuesday evening, along with other additional measures to fight Covid -19.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told people to work from home where possible and ordered bars and restaurants to close early to tackle a fast-spreading second wave of COVID -19. And they will close from 10 pm . Staff in retail and indoor hospitality will have to wear masks.

If necessary, the army can be called in to reinforce the police, Boris Johnson warned, accentuating the toughening of the tone of the authorities who had privileged pedagogy to repression in the spring.

"Six months" of restrictions

The most bereaved country in Europe with nearly 42,000 dead, the United Kingdom is currently seeing contaminations "doubling every seven days", running the risk of tens of thousands of contaminations within weeks to come, the health authorities warned on Monday.

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crisis The measures announced on Tuesday will be in place "perhaps six months", advanced Boris Johnson, warning that lack of progress, it would inevitably be necessary to act of more drastically ”. "This is by no means a return to confinement" introduced in March, assured the Prime Minister, promising that schools would remain open as well as companies which would respect health measures.

“We should assume the restrictions that I have announced will remain in place for six months” PM Boris Johnson add… https://t.co/Vff2ZRRQVw

—BBCNews (@BBC News (UK))

Boris Johnson's announcements concern England only, but "similar measures" will be taken in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, said Mr Johnson, who spoke with the heads of government of the three British nations.

Coronavirus in Lille: The metropolis of Lille gets ten days of reprieve to avoid the closure of bars and restaurants .
Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille, was received this Thursday morning in Matignon by Jean Castex, the prime minister © Sarah ALCALAY / SIPA Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille SOCIETE - Martine Aubry, the mayor of Lille, was received this Thursday morning in Matignon by Jean Castex, the prime minister Ten days to change the situation. This is what the metropolis of Lille asked for and obtained from the Prime Minister.

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