PEOPLE at Heathrow Airport today struggled to keep to the strict coronavirus ‘social distancing’ rules.
Travellers were pictured queuing close together in Terminal 2 as they waiting for flights to leave the UK.
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Travellers were pictured queuing close together in Terminal 2 as they waiting to leave the UK[/caption]
These pictures come as the Government announced today all arrivals to UK will have to quarantine for 2 weeks from June 8 with rule breakers set to face a £1000 fine.
Unveiling the plans, the Home Secretary Priti Patel claimed it was a vital step now Britain was past the peak.
She said: “This will require international arrivals to self isolate for 14 days , that is incubation period for the virus.
“So for people who have become infected overseas we can limit this spread of the virus.
“With far fewer people being infected in this country, any new arrivals will have a much bigger impact, potentially causing a second wave.”
While some of the coronavirus restrictions have been lifted slightly many people across the UK are not adhering to social distancing regulations.
A father who tried to go for a walk in Stoney Bank Quarry, Lancashire, was annoyed with the amount of litter people had left behind after young revellers held an illegal party.
James Bunting, 41, from Bolton, said he “couldn’t care less [about] millennial attitude” of the 100 or so young people who went to the rave and inhaled “hippy crack” (nixtrous oxide).
James Bunting, 41, from Bolton, took this picture of about 100 ‘millenials’ raving when he visited Stoney Bank Quarry, Lancashire[/caption]
Travellers were pictured in Terminal 2 as they waited to leave the country[/caption]
The UK coronavirus death toll now stands at 36,393[/caption]
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