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Pubs closed and homemade mixes banned under new Tier 3 system – BBC News




The Prime Minister has set up a new coronavirus alert system to try to keep the virus from spiraling out of control. The Level 3 system is replacing local locks. Liverpool City Region is the first to be placed under the highest Tier 3 measures, which means the area is “very high risk”. It means not to confuse the house. Pubs and bars will be closed unless they offer what is called a “hearty meal”. Most of the rest of England will be subject to Level 1 restrictions, with a medium level of risk. These areas follow the national rules in force, the Crazy Rule and the public place for bars and restaurants until 22:00. Parts of the North West, Yorkshire, North East and Midland are located in Level 2, which means they are at high risk. This means that there is no mixing inside the house, while the rule of 6 still applies to the outside. Nottinghamshire, parts of Cheshire and a small area of ​​the Peak District also fall into this category. However, England’s chief physician Chris Whitty has warned that even the harshest Tier 3 reductions would not be enough to contain the spread of coronavirus. The Welsh Health Minister has said a decision will be made on new blockade measures in the coming days. Scottish Nicola Sturgeon says he will make his own frame towards the end of the month. Sophie Raworth has appeared on BBC News in Ten, reporting on political editor Laura Kuenssberg and Ed Thomas in Liverpool. Please subscribe HERE .



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