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These charts illustrate that shift, using the date bars and pubs reopened as the dividing line for gauging how things evolved as restrictions were lifted: 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 ENGLAND: 👩🏻‍🦱20-29: 11.2% of cases pre-easing to 19.8% post-easing 👵🏻80+: 21.8% to 6.9%

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Pubs and bars in England are ignoring #COVID19  guidance, potentially putting public health at risk, a Sky News investigation has found

If you're heading to your local, we've got guidance to help you #EnjoySummerSafely  In England, you can meet in a group of 2 households (including those in your support bubble), in COVID-19 secure pubs or restaurants. Read the guidance here: (1/3)

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No matter how many times people go viral claiming otherwise, it’s not the case that people in the various northern England lockdowns are allowed to meet in pubs but not at home. (1/2)

"According to the Hunter New England Health District, the man visited five pubs and a stadium over the weekend." Sounds like a good weekend tbh via @newscomauHQ 

England's children's commissioner says pubs and shops should be closed before schools in any new lockdowns.

NS: "Indeed, I was struck this morning by a comment from the Children's Commissioner for England. She said, 'if the choice has to be made in a local area about whether to keep pubs or schools open, then schools must always take priority.'"

Children should be put "at the heart" of future lockdown plans and schools prioritised over pubs and shops, the children's commissioner for England says

@BBCBreakfast  His comments come as England's children's commissioner calls for schools to be "first to open, last to close " "If the choice has to be made in a local area about whether to keep pubs or schools open, then schools must always take priority, " she wrote

'I want schools to be the last to close and the first to open' Children's Commissioner for England @annelongfield  is calling for schools to be prioritised over pubs and shops when planning for future lockdowns. All pupils are preparing to go back by September. #5LiveBreakfast 


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Pubs in England 'may need to shut' in order to reopen schools next month

Today PM @BorisJohnson  has announced that pubs, restaurants and hairdressers can reopen if they are COVID-19 Secure from 4 July in England. See more here ⬇️

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PM Boris Johnson announces pubs, restaurants, hotels and hair salons can open from 4 July in England, as social distancing rules eased

Thousands of people flocked to bars, pubs and restaurants in England yesterday as #lockdown  rules eased. This video was filmed in #Soho  late last night ⤵️

Another day with a death toll over 100. Nearly all of them in England. The 137 total higher than on the day we went into lockdown. Government and media have normalised big numbers of deaths and criminal incompetence. Never mind back into pubs. People should be up in arms 1/2

Professor Susan Michie, SAGE member, tells me she thinks lockdown easing in England on Saturday inc pubs opening is “highly irresponsible” - coming up on 6pm News

Seeing pictures of people in big groups not social distancing around pubs 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️ when pubs were allowed to reopen,we all KNEW this would happen 😡 youngsters all around England aren't allowed to play football competitively or even play in no more than groups of 6 🤷‍♂️

So for England, here's your new normal 1. Pubs + hospitality + hairdressers opening sat 4th 2. '1 metre plus' - the new rule on social distancing 3. 2 households now allowed to meet INDOORS 4. Outdoor gyms, theme parks, libraries all able to open too

Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms pubs, cafes, restaurants, hotels, cinemas and museums in England will reopen on 4 July as hospitality sector restarts in easing of lockdown restrictions

Crikey. Humongous figures again for England. Nearly 20 million on a hot sunny afternoon is incredible, especially given how many watched in pubs, communal gatherings etc...that don’t register. And that share must be close to a record. Football’s coming to homes everywhere. ??