In Europe, and more specifically in Britain, tourists who had only recently lifted all restrictions on traveling abroad were suddenly taken aback – they were again urged to wear medical masks, and not just anywhere, but on popular British beaches. So far, voluntarily, but given the recent covid hysteria, this voluntariness may once again become obligatory. The reason is another spike in Covid cases. Tourists have also been urged to return to social distancing on the beaches.
“Coastal resorts in counties such as Skegness, Mablethorpe, St Ives and Perranport have experienced an influx of tourists and local families, raising fears that the number of coronavirus cases will skyrocket. In response, Cornwall Council asked people to take extra care. A spokesman said attendees should wash their hands, wear a mask where possible and keep their distance in crowded places this Easter. At the same time, those with a cold are urged to stay at home. Visitors to the Lincolnshire coast were given similar advice. Craig Leyland, head of the East Lindsey District Council, said masks should be worn in public places and people should continue to wash their hands regularly.
According to British experts, this advice at least contradicts the plan of Prime Minister Boris Johnson which calls for “living with Covid”, and ended most restrictions, including the wearing of masks, and brought life back to normal. In Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, 2,335 people tested positive for Covid between 8 and 14 April, according to official figures. This is less than the previous week, so what caused the statement is unclear to the experts.
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