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Boris Johnson speech: PM warns stricter lockdown could last 6 months as he confirms pub curfew & more working from home
In a live address in the House of Commons, the PM told MPs that hospital admissions have more than doubled in the last fortnight - and Britain has reached a "perilous turning point" like in France and Spain.
⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates8Boris updated the nation this afternoon on new measures to curb the virusCredit: PA:Press Association 8The PM holding his top team together before a COBRA meetingCredit: Crown Copyright
He warned the virus is getting worse across the country, and extra measures need to be put in place now to avoid another national lockdown.
And the extra measures WILL be in place for an extra six months - effectively cancelling Christmas.
The number of new cases is growing fastest for people in their 20s, he said today, but its now spreading to other age groups, he said.
And it's likely to get even worse as Britain goes into winter, he said.
Boris said: "A stitch in time saves nine.
"But this is by no means a return to a full lockdown as in March.
"We are not issuing a general instruction to stay at home.
"We will ensure that schools and universities stay open.
"But we must take action to suppress the disease."
Ministers want to avoid shutting down shops and offices once again if they can help it.
And schools will be the absolute last thing to close too to try and keep kids' education on track.
This evening at 8pm he will address the nation with a live TV clip too.
He announced this afternoon:
- A 10pm curfew for all pubs and hospitality venues will come in from Thursday - where doors will have to be closed
- And they will have to offer table service only - except for takeaway deliveries which can continue
- Tougher enforcement powers for shutting down venues which don't force people to stay apart
- The military could be called in by police to help enforce the new rules
- People should work from home if they can - or if their workplace isn't covid-safe but MPs will stay in Parliament
- Weddings are going to be slashed back from 30 down to 15 - but funerals will stay on the same rules
- Facemasks will be made compulsory for staff in hospitality and close contact places - and taxis too
- Team sports will be curbed inside, banning five-aside footie and other games
- The return to live sport planned for October 1 now will not go ahead
- Businesses will have a legal requirement to enforce the rule of six
- The fines will DOUBLE for not wearing face masks to £200
- As announced at the weekend, there will be fines for Brits who defy orders to isolate
The PM told the nation: "I am sorry this will affect businesses who have just got back up on their feet.
"But we must act to stop the virus being transmitted in restaurants and bars."LAST ORDERS
As The Sun revealed last night, pubs and other entertainment and leisure venues will have to shut at 10pm from Thursday evening onwards.
Ministers think that Belgium - which has introduced the curfews already - have been successful in curbing their spread.
They won't be able to open between 10pm and 5pm - but takeaway venues can continue as usual.NO SHIELDING
Boris confirmed today that people won't need to shield again yet.
Unless they are living in local lockdowns, they don't need to return to staying indoors at all times, he said.BRING IN THE ARMY
Police can draw on "military support" if they are too busy enforcing the coronavirus rules, the PM said today.8Boris Johnson speaking with Michael Gove and Matt Hancock after CabinetCredit: Evening Standard 8The PM and his team didn't look very socially distant outside Downing Street this morningCredit: Evening Standard 8Professor Chris Whitty this morningCredit: London News Pictures
This morning Boris gathered his top team for a Cabinet meeting to discuss the new rules.
And he held a COBRA meeting with the leaders of the devolved administrations, too.
It's expected that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will follow suit with new rules.8
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