Scenes of overcrowding on the first Friday of the club – No masks and distances – Crowds gathered at nightclubs – Queues for entry were even longer than two hours
Britain has been on a smooth trajectory since July 19, as the London government decided to lift restrictions and social distances. Despite the fact that the British Prime Minister has said that the pandemic is not over, and experts recommend masks in crowded places, nightlife is not subject to a special regime of measures.
Crowds gathered inside the clubs, for the first time after months of lockdown.
The slopes of the centers are now open for dancing, while the crowds were visible both inside and outside the centers.
Images of the nightclubs are circulating at a time when Britain's opening was risky.
The wait for entering the clubs of England in many cases exceeded two hours.
Many young people decided to celebrate in a frantic way the freedom to enter the clubs that closed in March last year.
Partygoers were having fun last night without wearing masks, but experts are ringing the bell for fear of over-transmission, at a time when the Indian mutation is sweeping and cases have risen in Britain.
For September, the British Prime Minister plans to allow only fully vaccinated people to enter indoors.
A review of the measures is expected on September 23 in Old Albion, so it is not considered unlikely that measures such as the ban on indoor entertainment will be activated.