The reopening of pubs in England does not seem to have overwhelmed emergency services as many had feared ahead of the biggest easing of Britain's lockdown. For the most part, people appeared to abide by the rules and rejoiced at the chance Saturday to lift a pint in the company of their mates, but in some places large crowds raised concerns that the deadliest outbreak in Europe may find fresh legs. Chris Newell, a year-old courier, traveled to trendy Shoreditch in east London to see friends.
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Our coronavirus coverage is free for the first 24 hours. Find the latest information at tampabay. Please consider subscribing or donating. For the most part, people appeared to abide by the rules and rejoiced at the chance July 4 to lift a pint in the company of their mates. But in some places large crowds raised concerns that the deadliest outbreak in Europe may find fresh legs. Chris Newell, a year-old courier, traveled to trendy Shoreditch in east London to see friends. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the vast majority of people did "the right thing" and abided by social distancing rules to stay at least one meter over 3 feet apart from members of another household if other safety measures were in place such as hand sanitizers. John Apter, chair of the Police Federation, who was on patrol in the southern England city of Southampton, said it was a busy shift, one that saw officers having to deal with naked men, "happy" drunks as well as "angry" drunks. He said the shift "managed to cope" but it was "crystal clear" that those who have imbibed one too many cannot, or won't, socially distance.
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