London lockdown: Sadiq Khan outlines COVID restrictions -but WON’T block households mixing | UK | News (Reports)


Early reports have indicated that Prime Minister Boris Johnson intends to implement a curfew of 10pm for pubs and bars from tomorrow. London mayor Sadiq Khan insisted that more needed to be done in the capital to reduce the risk of coronavirus spreading following a surge in cases across the country. While on Sky News he claimed he had devised a plan with local council leaders and experts to curb the spread of coronavirus. 

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He added that he wanted the Government to implement his suggestions as soon as possible. 

Unlike other local coronavirus restrictions, Mr Khan claimed that his plan does not include the prevention of mixing with people from other households. 

The Sky News host said: “I don’t get how this curbs the spread.

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“You are talking about more people wearing masks in more settings and maybe knocking a few hours off bars and restaurants.

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“Is there anything else you have come up with on this plan?”

Mr Khan replied: “There is a whole package of measures, I think there is a total of 15 measures from funerals to weddings.” 

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