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What are the new restrictions and why are they needed?
« on: March 26, 2020, 03:40:06 am »
A series of strict new measures to fight the coronavirus outbreak have been announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

In a televised address, he said a "moment of national emergency" meant staying at home was necessary to protect the NHS and save lives. กลุ่มลับไลฟ์สด

When are people allowed to leave their homes?
Mr Johnson said everybody should stay at home and would only be allowed to leave for specific reasons:

Shopping for "basic necessities", as infrequently as possible. People should use delivery services, where they can
Medical reasons, to provide care, or to help a vulnerable person
Travelling to and from work, but only if it is "absolutely necessary"
People should not meet friends or family members who do not live with them.

What other new measures are there?
The prime minister said:

Shops selling "non-essential goods" including clothes and electronics stores will be closed immediately
Libraries, playgrounds, outdoor gyms and places of worship will also close
Gatherings of more than two people (excluding people who live together) will be banned
There will be no weddings or baptisms but funerals will be allowed
Parks will remain open but people are only to go out to exercise once a day
All of the new measures will last for three weeks from 23 March before being reviewed.

How will the measures be enforced?
The police will be given the powers to make sure people follow the measures - by dispersing groups and issuing fines.

The National Police Chiefs' Council told the BBC that officers would be talking to people and explaining why they shouldn't be out.

If they do not accept the advice, they would then be given a fine. However, fines won't be issued until Parliament passes the emergency legislation - which should be by the end of Thursday.

Downing Street says fines could initially be set at 30, but that could increase significantly if people don't comply.

Councils will also play a role to make sure local businesses follow the rules.

The Local Government Association says that "anyone who sees a business breaching government closure restrictions should report it to their local council so it can investigate and take appropriate action".

What about online deliveries?
Customers should still be able to receive online deliveries.

Amazon said there would be some changes, with essential items (like food and healthcare products) being prioritised. That means that delivery times for other items may take longer than usual.
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In order to avoid any unnecessary contact, Amazon in-home deliveries have been paused and drivers have been advised to place packages at the customer's doorstep and step back. This means bulky items, like fridges and washing machines, will not be brought directly into homes.

John Lewis says it's still offering home deliveries for larger items such as furniture and home appliances, but will no longer offer home installation or assembly.
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The Royal Mail is still operating its service for parcels and letters, but with some delays and alterations.

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