Corona's second wave in Britain, lockdown in several major cities - Newztezz Online


Saturday, October 24, 2020

Corona's second wave in Britain, lockdown in several major cities

 Strict lockdowns have been announced in several cities in Britain amid a resurgence in the corona virus case. Britain's National Health Service has also stepped up efforts to contain the transition in view of the rising number of cases of corona. People have been barred from leaving in Wales, Greater Manchester, Liverpool City, Lakeshire, South Yorkshire and Scotland.

Corona virus has infected 8,30,998 people in Britain 
so far 8,30,998 people have been infected with the corona virus , while 44,571 people have died. More than 224 of them have died in the last 24 hours. While 20,530 new cases have come up. The decision to re-impose the lockdown has been taken in many areas in view of the growing outbreak of Corona. Corona virus is on the rise in many European countries, not just Britain. In France alone, more than 40,000 cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours.

Complete lockdown in the area
According to the British government, a complete lockdown has also been imposed in Wales. Greater Manchester's 2.8 million population has also been hit by tight restrictions in the Liverpool city area of ​​England and Lakeshire since midnight, with almost all business units also closed. The South Yorkshire area will also come under third-phase strict sanctions from Saturday. Thus, more than 7 million people will be subject to strict lockdown.

The third phase of the Rock Covid-19 warning on relaxation means that relaxation will be controlled. Also pubs and bars cannot be continued unless they provide meals. Many areas in the range are also barred from opening business units.

17-day lockdown in Wales
Wales, meanwhile, will face a 17-day full lockdown from Friday evening, forcing about 3.1 million people to stay home. "There are people here who want to tell us that the threat of coronavirus is just a hoax and that this is a common disease that does not cause harm," said Mark Drakeford, Wales's first minister. Such people have not met the family who lost their loved ones last week.

Scotland will also face a five-stage ban
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled a five-stage strategy for his province that is two phases higher than the one implemented in England. Under it, it will be applied to different areas of Scotland according to the outbreak of the virus.

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