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Liverpool Coronavirus: Revelers enjoy their final hours in the pub before the venues close for WEEKS


Revelers took to the streets of Liverpool for one final drinking lesson tonight before the city goes on "very high alert" tomorrow.

Starting Wednesday at 5 p.m., hundreds of pubs in the North West will be closed for four weeks after Liverpool was moved straight to the top tier of lockdown.

Photos showed partygoers making the most of their final hours in the pub before the city went into lockdown to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

According to the latest rules, locals are only allowed to leave their areas for important trips such as work, education or health. However, you must return before the end of the day, with the country divided into “medium” and “high”. and "very high" risk sectors.

According to The Telegraph, when a company closes due to tier three restrictions, the government pays two-thirds of each employee's salary, up to a maximum of £ 2,100 per month.

Starting Wednesday at 5 p.m., hundreds of pubs in the North West will be closed for four weeks after Liverpool is moved straight to the top tier of lockdown. In the picture revelers in Liverpool

Liverpool drinkers facing Tier 3 restrictions will close bars and pubs from tomorrow. Liverpool is the only area in the top tier of lockdown measures and the city goes beyond basic restrictions by closing leisure centers, gyms, betting shops and casinos

Liverpool drinkers facing Tier 3 restrictions will close bars and pubs from tomorrow. Liverpool is the only area in the top tier of lockdown measures and the city goes beyond basic restrictions by closing leisure centers, gyms, betting shops and casinos

Photos showed partygoers making the most of their final hours in the pub before the city was locked down to limit the spread of the coronavirus

Photos showed partygoers making the most of their final hours in the pub before the city was locked down to limit the spread of the coronavirus

Three women in Liverpool on the night before new measures in the area are due to take effect after the six boroughs in the Liverpool City area were placed in Tier 3, the highest level of the government's new coronavirus alert system

Three women in Liverpool on the night before new measures in the area are due to go into effect after the six boroughs in the Liverpool City area were placed in Tier 3, the highest level of the government's new coronavirus alert system

All bars in the city have to close from tomorrow

The night owls seemed in high spirits as they drank one night in pubs in Liverpool

The night owls seemed in high spirits as they drank one night in pubs in Liverpool. All bars in the city have to close from tomorrow

Last night in Liverpool, northwest England, on October 13th, bars open their doors before new local lockdown measures are put in place to contain a second wave of the novel coronavirus COVID-19

Last night in Liverpool, northwest England, on October 13th, bars open their doors before new local lockdown measures are put in place to contain a second wave of the novel coronavirus COVID-19

Tier 2 does not allow households to mix indoors, similar to what is already the case in Middlesbrough and Hartlepool, while Tier 1 complies with the rules currently in force across the country.

Liverpool is the only area in the top tier of lockdown measures and the city goes beyond basic restrictions by closing leisure centers, gyms, betting shops and casinos.

Data shows that Covid-19 infection rates at universities in hotspots like Sheffield, Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham are up to seven times higher than in surrounding cities.

It comes after number 10 was blown up for science failure after bomb reports showed ministers avoided a number of recommendations from their expert advisers before unveiling the latest lockdown measures.

The Government's Scientific Advisory Group on Emergencies (SAGE) made two dozen proposals for navigating the country through a second wave of the pandemic in September – many of which fell on deaf ears.

At the top of the list was a national "breaker" which the country would have reverted to a spring-level lockdown for about a month to bring the outbreak under control. But it was overridden by Boris Johnson for fear it could "destroy" the already wounded economy.

According to the latest rules, locals are only allowed to leave their areas for important trips such as work, education or health. However, you must return before the end of the day, with the country divided into “medium” and “high”. and "very high" risk sectors. In the picture people walking past bars in Liverpool

According to the latest rules, locals are only allowed to leave their areas for important trips such as work, education or health. However, you must return before the end of the day, with the country divided into “medium” and “high”. and "very high" risk sectors. In the picture people walking past bars in Liverpool

Number 10 has repeatedly rolled out ministers to defend the lagging £ 12 billion program which still does not find four in ten people suspected of having the disease. In the picture people in Liverpool

Number 10 has repeatedly rolled out ministers to defend the lagging £ 12 billion program that still does not find four in ten people suspected of having the disease. In the picture people in Liverpool

Ministers also ignored warnings that the 10pm curfew would have "marginal effects" and continued the program anyway, angering hospitality bosses, local councils and even their own backers.

SAGE warned that the government's beleaguered test and trace system "is currently having a marginal impact on broadcasts." They said the program will "continue to decline" if it does not grow at the rate of the epidemic.

Number 10 has repeatedly rolled out ministers to defend the lagging £ 12 billion program that still does not find four in ten people suspected of having the disease.

The three files, released late at night, also indicated that gym and recreational center closures were likely to have "low to moderate" effects on the spread of Covid-19 and could endanger people's mental and physical health.

Data shows that Covid-19 infection rates at universities in hotspots like Sheffield, Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham are up to seven times higher than in surrounding cities. Pictured women tonight in Sheffield

Data shows that Covid-19 infection rates at universities in hotspots like Sheffield, Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham are up to seven times higher than in surrounding cities. Pictured women tonight in Sheffield

Tier 2 does not allow households to mix indoors, similar to what is already the case in Middlesbrough and Hartlepool, while Tier 1 complies with the rules currently in force across the country. In the picture people in Liverpool

Tier 2 does not allow households to mix indoors, similar to what is already the case in Middlesbrough and Hartlepool, while Tier 1 follows the rules currently in force across the country. In the picture people in Liverpool

Bars in Liverpool will have to close for four weeks to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the city. In the picture, night owls enjoy a drink in a bar

Bars in Liverpool will have to close for four weeks to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the city. In the picture, night owls enjoy a drink in a bar

Liverpool's bars and pubs will close for the last time for four weeks at 10 p.m. on Tuesday evening after the government announced its latest restrictions

Liverpool's bars and pubs will close for the last time for four weeks at 10 p.m. on Tuesday evening after the government announced its latest restrictions

SAGE warned that the government's beleaguered test and trace system "is currently having a marginal impact on broadcasts." They said the program will "continue to decline" if it does not grow at the rate of the epidemic. In the picture a pub in Liverpool on Tuesday evening

SAGE warned that the government's beleaguered test and trace system "is currently having a marginal impact on broadcasts." They said the program will "continue to decline" if it does not grow at the rate of the epidemic. In the picture a pub in Liverpool on Tuesday evening

SAGE told the government on Sept. 21 that a full three-week shutdown could reset the virus' trajectory, bring the "R" reproductive rate below the dreaded level of one, and give the country room to breathe through the winter. In the picture a pub in Liverpool

SAGE told the government on Sept. 21 that a full three-week shutdown could reset the virus' trajectory, bring the "R" reproductive rate below the dreaded level of one, and give the country room to breathe through the winter. In the picture a pub in Liverpool

However, the Prime Minister announced yesterday that they would be closed in the highest level restricted areas with the highest infection rate, putting thousands of jobs at risk.

The group warned in the September newspapers that hospital admissions for Covid-19 by the end of October, when 3,000 a day were admitted, could reach levels seen in the darkest days of the crisis by the end of October if no measures are put in place to tighten the lockdown would. At the time the files were released, the spread of the virus was doubling every two weeks.

SAGE told the government on Sept. 21 that a full three-week shutdown could reset the virus' trajectory, bring the "R" reproductive rate below the dreaded level of one, and give the country room to breathe through the winter.

The experts said the same day that the effect of alcohol on the behavior and tendency of bar-goers to scream meant that bars were likely breeding grounds for the virus. They advocated the idea of ​​closing them completely which, in their opinion, would lower the R by 0.1 and 0.2. However, they warned that a curfew would have "marginal effects".

As a sign of the growing divide between the government and its academics, however, Mr Johnson used a press conference on Downing Street just a day later to institute the controversial curfew. It's just one example of how ministers ignore "science".

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