In England, the stands opened, and the British filled the pubs

Boris Johnson advertisement After 12 April, it was not just beauty salons, gyms or shops that have so far closed, but the terraces of restaurants and pubs and opened in England, which of course led to crowds appearing on the streets of central London.

“Sexy” but “a little scary,” “It’s like a party,” “It feels like we’ve just been released from prison”— BBC Accordingly, commentators commented on the party on the first free evening, when it was possible to drink on the street for the first time in months, more precisely in early January.

On opening day, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked people to “continue to act responsibly” as restrictions ease. The British in London interpreted it as follows:




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In the UK, vaccination rates are impressive, with nearly 50 per cent of the population receiving at least their first dose of the vaccine. Meanwhile, the epidemic data is also developing positively. In April, the number of daily deaths did not exceed 60. Hundreds more died in February, and often more than a thousand died in January.

The number of new infections per day has fallen almost to the level of last September. In the past two weeks, Britain has identified the lowest covidius rate in Europe as a proportion of the population. Hungary is at the top of the list.

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