Sadiq Khan urged people to wear masks in the queues of supermarkets (Photo: PA)
People may soon be forced to wear face masks in crowded outdoor areas because the government is trying to lift stricter restrictions on the use of coronaviruses.
Ministers are considering making it compulsory to wear protective hoods in busy outdoor areas, while the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is calling for them to be worn in supermarket queues, reports The Sun.
This follows the highest number of daily deaths since the start of the pandemic, which yesterday was recorded at 1,325, compared to 1,000 on the 21st, the first fatal day of the peak. In April, 1,224 deaths were recorded.
This is more than double the number of deaths reported a week ago – 656 – and the third consecutive day that more than 1,000 people have died from the coronavirus, according to the government.
Mr. Khan also urged the government to close places of worship if the number of cases increases.
He announced a major incident in London on Friday after the infection rate in the city exceeded 1,000 per 100,000 people.
More than 7,000 coronavirus patients are currently admitted to the capital, almost 2,000 more than at the first peak.
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The government would come under pressure from academics and Labour politicians to impose further restrictions.
When asked about Khan’s insistence on closing the houses of worship, head of cabinet Michael Gov was asked: It is absolutely necessary to continue the tradition of public worship, and I think this is a very important part of a nation’s life.
A government source told The Telegraph: There’s nothing more we can do. We have imposed these very strict national restrictions. It’s a castle for everyone, all the time.
Sources have also said that scientists expect the virus to peak and then plateau, rather than peak and then decline.
One of them said that if the vaccination program is really well done and the vaccines perform as well as they did in the trials, you see a real chance to relieve some of the stress in the summer and spring.
The government launched an advertising campaign to ask people to behave like you have Covid.
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There are now more than 7,000 coronavirus patients in London hospitals (Photo: PA).
The clip, which will be broadcast on radio, television and social media, contains the English doctor Chris Whitty : The Covid-19, especially the new version, is spreading rapidly across the country.
This exposes many people to serious illnesses and places a heavy burden on our NHS.
Again: We all have to stay home. If you have to go outside, keep this in mind: Wash your hands, cover your face inside and stay away from other people.
Vaccines offer some hope for the future, but for now we all need to stay home, protect the NHS and save lives.
The Prime Minister warned people not to relax the rules for the coronavirus because of the new hope the vaccine brings.
He said: Our hospitals are under more pressure than ever since the start of the pandemic, and the number of infections across the country continues to rise at an alarming rate.
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