Coronavirus UK lockdown: 'critical' we stay home despite hottest Easter weekend  Evening StandardView Full coverage on Google News
BRITS fed up with coronavirus restrictions have been warned against visiting family or sunbathing at the beach over Easter – as they’ll cop a fine. Police across the UK have the power t…

Can I be stopped and fined by police over the Easter bank holiday weekend? – The Sun

The government launches a new campaign ahead of what has been described as a make-or-break weekend in the war against coronavirus.The government launches a new campaign ahead of what has been described as a make-or-break weekend in the war against coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Huge publicity blitz urges Britons to stay at home during Easter weekend | Politics News | Sky News

Many will stay open at certain times across Wales Many will stay open at certain times across Wales

GPs to offer appointments and pharmacies will remain open over Easter weekend to help coronavirus fight - Wales Online

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Temperatures are set to soar over the bank holiday - but police say they are ready to take action against those who flout the rules. Temperatures are set to soar over the bank holiday - but police say they are ready to take action against those who flout the rules.

Military to patrol beaches to stop Easter getaways during make-or-break weekend - Mirror Online

The practices will open their doors on Good Friday and Easter Monday to help ease pressure during coronavirus crisis. The practices will open their doors on Good Friday and Easter Monday to help ease pressure during coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus: GP surgeries across Lanarkshire will open during Easter - Daily Record

“It’s going to be a sunny Bank Holiday Easter weekend so please stick to the rules - so we can keep our green spaces open. Exercise once daily, keep social distancing, stay local. NO sunbathing, picnics, barbecues, parties, kickabouts or cricket matches... https://t.co/YxQf8Pluwz”

Susanna Reid on Twitter: "It’s going to be a sunny Bank Holiday Easter weekend so please stick to the rules - so we can keep our green spaces open. Exercise once daily, keep social distancing, stay local. NO sunbathing, picnics, barbecues, parties, kickabouts or cricket matches... https://t.co/YxQf8Pluwz"

“Great news that @BorisJohnson is now out of intensive care. But #coronavirus does not discriminate - so with the forecast looking bright this Easter Bank Holiday weekend, it's ESSENTIAL to continue to follow Government advice. PLEASE #StayHomeSaveLives and RT message”

Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP on Twitter: "Great news that @BorisJohnson is now out of intensive care. But #coronavirus does not discriminate - so with the forecast looking bright this Easter Bank Holiday weekend, it's ESSENTIAL to continue to follow Government advice. PLEASE #StayHomeSaveLives and RT message"

“This is an Easter Bank holiday like no other. Please stay safe & be sensible. 💻 you can report antisocial behaviour online at https://t.co/u3nWdbdkXr or 📞 101 ☎️ if you’re a victim of domestic violence please call 999 & press 5️⃣5️⃣5️⃣ Do not be afraid to reach out for help https://t.co/G8vblASATD”

Tonia Antoniazzi MP on Twitter: "This is an Easter Bank holiday like no other. Please stay safe & be sensible. 💻 you can report antisocial behaviour online at https://t.co/u3nWdbdkXr or 📞 101 ☎️ if you’re a victim of domestic violence please call 999 & press 5️⃣5️⃣5️⃣ Do not be afraid to reach out for help… https://t.co/QGbDczWqLl"

“Durham residents are being reminded about the importance of staying at home during the #coronavirus outbreak, especially with the Easter bank holiday weekend coming up. Good to see @DurhamCouncil come forward with some clear, practical advice: https://t.co/sJI8RS0NSl”

Mary K Foy on Twitter: "Durham residents are being reminded about the importance of staying at home during the #coronavirus outbreak, especially with the Easter bank holiday weekend coming up. Good to see @DurhamCouncil come forward with some clear, practical advice: https://t.co/sJI8RS0NSl"

The Chief Constable of Kent Police has repeated the request for the public to stay at home over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend or face enforcement action if necessary. Chief Constable Alan Pughsle…

Kent Police boss urges residents to stay home as the Easter holiday approaches – The Isle Of Thanet News

The NHS has produced four Easter-themed adverts discouraging the British public from flocking outdoors this weekend as temperatures are expected to hit 25C (pictured, NHS Easter advert).The NHS has produced four Easter-themed adverts discouraging the British public from flocking outdoors this weekend as temperatures are expected to hit 25C (pictured, NHS Easter advert).

NHS issues Easter egg-themed messages demanding the public stay home through the holiday weekend | Daily Mail Online

PEOPLE are being urged to do any outdoor exercise near their home and for no more than an hour, avoid long journeys and only travel by car "if it is unavoidable".SCOTS are being reminded to stay at home and keep essential journeys short amid concerns lockdown guidelines could be ignored over the Easter weekend. People are being urged to do any outdoor exerc…

Coronavirus Scotland: Scots warned of lockdown guidelines amid fears people could flout rules over Easter weekend – The Scottish Sun

The force has sent a clear message to bikers tempted to head out for a spin The force has sent a clear message to bikers tempted to head out for a spin

Police crackdown on motorcyclists heading out during Easter weekend - Hull Live

Councils are asking people to continue staying at home and keep to the government’s pandemic guidelines over the bank holiday weekend.Councils are asking people to continue staying at home and keep to the government’s pandemic guidelines over the bank holiday weekend.

‘Stay home over bank holiday’ urge Cambridge councils

They describe NHS services as ‘exceptionally busy’ and remind the public of the importance of staying insideThey describe NHS services as ‘exceptionally busy’ and remind the public of the importance of staying inside

Gloucestershire NHS issues public guidance ahead of Easter weekend - Gloucestershire Live

Read the latest Anglia stories, People urged to respect social distancing guidelines over Easter bank holiday on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Anglia newsCambridge City Council is urging people to follow the advice on social distancing when visiting its historic commons, recreation grounds and parks this Easter bank holiday weekend. Councillors are asking visitors to "do their bit" and to be responsible and stay at least two metres apart while they are enjoying the fresh air and exercise. Cllr Katie Thornburrow, Executive Councillor for Planning Policy and Open Spaces, said: “We know how much people value our parks and open spaces as places to get fresh air, exercise and to simply enjoy being outside. “This has never been more important than now because we find ourselves in the most challenging of times during which we need to look after our physical and mental wellbeing. “Our open spaces are particularly important for people who have no garden or outside space of their own. We really do want to keep our open spaces available but we need everyone to do their bit when it comes to social distancing."

People urged to respect social distancing guidelines over Easter bank holiday | Anglia - ITV News

The Foreign Secretary has warned “we mustn’t give the coronavirus a second chance to kill more people” as the country heads into a sunny bank holiday weekend.The Foreign Secretary has warned “we mustn’t give the coronavirus a second chance to kill more people” as the country heads into a sunny bank holiday weekend.

Public urged to stay home over Easter and not 'give coronavirus a second chance to kill' | Dewsbury Reporter

“This is a public health emergency, not a public holiday”.“This is a public health emergency, not a public holiday”.

Coronavirus in Norfolk UK: Plea for Norfolk to stay at home this Easter | Politics | Eastern Daily Press

All practices have now moved to total telephone, online and video consultations, with patients being asked not to go into their GP surgeryAll practices have now moved to total telephone, online and video consultations, with patients being asked not to go into their GP surgery

GP practices across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire open on Easter bank holidays - Nottinghamshire Live

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