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London and Essex will face more durable Tier 2 Covid-19 restrictions from Saturday (17 October), together with a ban on the blending of households, native MPs have been advised.
In keeping with the BBC, well being secretary Matt Hancock is about to replace MPs on the most recent measures within the Commons later at this time.
Underneath the brand new restrictions all family mixing in pubs and eating places might be banned, the rule of six will apply open air and hospitality institutions must shut by 10pm.
The federal government’s new three-tier system classifies each space in England as being on medium, excessive or very excessive alert, relying on the speed of an infection.
Talking at London’s Metropolis Corridor, mayor Sadiq Khan mentioned there was “merely no different possibility”.
Khan mentioned: “No one needs to see extra restrictions however that is deemed to be crucial with a purpose to shield Londoners. We’ve received a tough winter forward.”
It follows bulletins made on 12 October, which positioned areas within the North of England equivalent to Liverpool beneath “high-alert”.
It’s anticipated that additional cities equivalent to Manchester might additionally quickly be positioned at this degree.