Despite police warnings against getting a “last blast” at the beach, tourists flocked to Blackpool before stricter restrictions came into effect. People have mentioned queues for attractions, heavy traffic, low social distance and few people wearing indoor masks. After substantial rises in the Covid-19 incidents, Lancashire will be subject to tighter restrictions from Tuesday, but Blackpool is excluded. Police had said over the weekend that they were planning for huge crowds. Gem Concannon, 36, from Northwich, Cheshire, said she and her family had visited the resort on Saturday. She said: It was heaving, there was barely anybody wearing masks or social distancing.
Dr. Arif Rajpura, Blackpool’s public health officer, said: It is critical that residents and businesses comply with the current ‘rule of six’ constraints and comply with all Covid recommendations on social distancing and face-covering wearing. The same advice goes to Blackpool amid police warning against getting a “last blast” in the resort before stricter restrictions come into effect. The same advice goes to Tourists. He said if you weren’t from there and mingling in some huge crowds, going to Blackpool this weekend wouldn’t be looking after your family. Making wise choices to protect yourself is quite the reverse of shielding yourself, going to Blackpool in mass numbers. The most interesting thing that caught the limelight was a mother who herself drove to the beach and was urging people to go back and follow the norms as this was not expected by her.
No one expected such a huge rush in the times when social distancing is the most important thing. After posting a video of herself berating members of the public for being out in Blackpool, a Birmingham mum felt the wrath of social media. Despite making the 125-mile ride to soak up the sun on the beach herself. Amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic, the woman could be heard accusing people of ‘risking everything’ as she filmed them on Bank Holiday Monday on the streets of the seaside resort. Surprisingly, after a recent trip to Barmouth Beach in Wales amid the pandemic lockdown, during which she filmed a fight with police security officers, it is the second time that the woman has been shared on social media. COVID-19 is an unexpected virus that has brought the world to its knees. It is becoming stronger with each passing day. The crowd gathered in the Blackpool was not wearing masks, and the night was following the rules. The police tried to drive them away, but it was of no use. It is expected that the last blast of the virus is yet to come, but people getting ignorant is going to make it much stronger.
Ahead of new lockdown steps in the area, Lancashire Police has warned people against going to Blackpool for one “last blast.” Although Blackpool itself has not been added to the list of places subject to new legislation in Lancashire, there have been appeals from police and health officials to stay away from people. Many county residents would be prohibited from socializing with individuals outside their households or endorsing the bubble of private homes and gardens. Between 10 pm and 5 am, there will also be a curfew on hospitality venues-and people are being advised to avoid public transport unless it is essential. The Deputy Chief of Lancashire Police, Constable Terry Woods, said: This weekend there will be an increased police presence. I’m hoping that as a result of the new legislation, we won’t have any additional problems – a ‘final blast’ for lack of a better term.
My major appeal about this will be: there are rules, and then there is a responsibility of common moral sense to all of us in Lancashire to defend yourself and your family. Mr. Woods also cautioned that the tiny minority of individuals who intentionally breach the rules should expect prosecution. He added: We will take you out, we will ask you to go home, and you can expect fines on the higher end. Dr. Sakthi Karunanithi, Lancashire’s director of public health, also urged Blackpool individuals to obey the rules for the rest of the county despite not being legally enforceable. He reported that 50 percent of the cases recently seen were in individuals aged 30 and under — and he emphasized that this affects all populations, not just South Asian individuals. The new regulations don’t extend to Bolton or Greater Manchester, where there are already different limits. Police also say that corona speakeasies have sprung up in the area, where owners of closed bars have grabbed the windows and locked the doors, allowing only guests who have registered or who are knocking at the door.
In a tweet, Berlin police warned: If you’re running a bar, tapping the windows and allowing people to enter only by knocking or planning to come in advance, then you should know that we’re not living in a 1920s Chicago situation. Instead, it will cause a police operation. In the lockdown over the coronavirus outbreak, officials in countries around the world warn young people to follow the laws on social distancing in the wake of widespread news of parties and gatherings. Scientists and health authorities believe that by leading to the spread of the virus, revelers gathering for ‘lockdown parties’ and ‘end of world’ drinking sessions acted irresponsibly. Statistics indicate that young people are just as likely to get infected and spread the virus as older individuals. But as younger people are much less likely to be seriously affected and in 50 percent of cases may not even have symptoms, according to leading virologists, many young people say they have no reason to be scared of it. The new regulations don’t extend to Bolton or Greater Manchester, where there are already different limits. In a single and simple sentence, the warnings have been issued, and the people are being urged to save their lives and keep their loved ones safe. The pandemic is not an easy one and will leave by taking a lot from you.