British government even bans meeting between relatives

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According to the new rules against Covid-19, valid as of this Friday (16th), outdoor meetings may have a maximum of six people. Pubs will only serve customers seated between 10 am and 5 pm edit


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247 – Authorities in London, the capital of England, have banned closed meetings between relatives who do not live in the same house to contain the spread of the coronavirus. According to the new rules, valid as of this Friday (16), outdoor meetings may have a maximum of six people.

The pubs will only serve customers seated between 10 am and 5 pm. Restaurants will be able to take orders after 10 pm just for delivery and will not be allowed to pick up food on site.

The restrictions include the capital and seven other parts of the country, where 11 million people live. The total number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic is 43,000, the highest in Europe.

Those who do not respect the restrictions can be fined £ 200 (about R $ 1,400), which can reach £ 6,400 (around R $ 45,000). In the case of flagrant agglomerations with more than 30 people, the fine is £ 10,000 (R $ 70,000).

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