Brawl and 8 million liters of beer drunk in Britain's pubs open after quarantinePictolic
"Drinking, fighting and vomiting" returned to the nightlife of Britain — so in an ironic vein, says the Daily Mail last in the country, "supersubtle", when for the first time after more than 100 days of quarantine were opened drinking establishments. As the newspaper notes, the British Amateur life zapolleoniv streets and pubs, quickly forgot about the request of the authorities to comply with social distance.
The British have done on Holy Saturday, and at the same time supersubtle and independence Day. Such terms in the press is called the 4th of July, when the country began the most ambitious phase of the weakening quarantine. For the first time in more than three months opened pubs, cafes and restaurants.
In the busiest urban areas on the request of the authorities to respect the social distance not less than one meter all quickly forgotten. For example, in SOHO, London, the situation was "under control", when the streets are flooded with thousands of people.
The Chairman of the Police Federation John Apter said that those who have served, for example, in Southampton, had to deal with "naked people, funny drunk, drunk with angry, fighting again with an angry drunk."
How British subjects miss the opportunity to miss a pint can be judged by the staff, taken on the Central streets of London, where many institutions and no room to swing fall. About masks and social distance, visitors did not remember and had a lot of fun, a pound of supporting their favorite bars.
The British journalists say that the pubs will now look differently to the pandemic, and visitors will be asked to fill out a questionnaire with the contacts below in case of detection of infection was possible to track the contacts of cases.
In the premises complied with strict rules imposed in connection with the pandemic: the tables it is advisable to book in advance, they are placed at a considerable distance from each other, banned loud music (this is done to ensure that visitors did not have to shout over the music when raising the voices of the saliva is sprayed on, which leads to increased risk of infection).
The British government was heavily criticized for the too early removal of restrictions, while the city of Leicester is still struggling with its own local outbreak of coronavirus, and many locals chose to stay at home for fear of triggering a second national wave.