A new chapter from the scamdemic fairytale book:
The stores that are correct NET reopened on June 15 in Leicester, UK weer mandatory closing today June 30.
Bars, restaurants and hairdressing salons have to close again on July 4, and schools will close on July 2.
The fate of libraries, museums and childcare centers is still being discussed.
All this would be necessary due to a new peak in corona infections.
Leicester has approximately 330.000 inhabitants.
The population of the cities of Oadby, Glennfield and Birstall, among others, is now forced to stay inside.
More cities will be locked, but the complete list has not yet been released.
Traffic to and from these cities is prohibited.
The formation of isolated neighborhoods closed to through traffic, shops and schools in the name of an emergency ordinance was once called ghettos in days long gone. To prevent the 'spread of so-called diseases'.
British Citizens are now banned from leaving their homes in the locked and demarcated areas of Leicester.
Only to get groceries, provided you keep 2 meters away from each other. You can only pick up food from the supermarket designated by the government, since all other shops are closed.
Anyone with flu symptoms should get tested at one of three mobile test centers in Leicester: Evington, Slinney Hill Park or Victoria Park.
You can also swap on the outskirts of Leiscester in the permanent test center in Birstall Park.
The lockdown lasts at least two weeks and possibly longer, but that depends on the review that will follow in two weeks.
Anyone in Leicester who tests positive for Covid-19 has to be quarantined for another week and his or her housemates should then go into isolation for another 14 days after receiving their test result.
Additional government money has been sent to Leicester and Leicestershire to support the people in isolation here and there during their lockdown.
Money is also being sent to the various municipalities to ensure that the implementation of the lockdown measures runs smoothly.