Groups of people and Rule of SixDownload
© Licensed to London News Pictures; 22/09/2020; Bristol, UK. A group of 11 young people sit on College Green. Groups of people, some more than six in number, can still be seen in Bristol city centre, after the Prime Minister today announced new restrictions which could last for up to six months and also warned of significantly greater restrictions if necessary, amid concerns about a second wave of the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic across the UK. Penalties for gathering in groups of more than six will increase from £100 to £200 on the first offence. From Monday 14 September it was illegal to meet up socially in groups of more than six people, known as the "Rule of Six", in order to try and contain the spread of the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, and police have said they will enforce the law with fixed penalty notices which will increase for repeat offenders. Photo credit: Simon Chapman/LNP.
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