Nightclubs are a ‘hotbed of Covid’ says Vine caller
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Nightclubs across the UK were crowded with clubbers for the first time for over a year on Sunday night as revellers took advantage of the Government easing strict rules from midnight. Scenes of crowded nightclubs sparked a debate on Jeremy Vine over whether moves to relax strict coronavirus rules were well advised. One caller from Yorkshire contacted the show to share her displeasure at the return of nightlife.
Caller Heather told Jeremy Vine: “I think it is wrong.
“This is the potential a disaster here.
“I am against this opening up of everything and I totally against this Freedom Day.
“Because this could be a potential disaster.
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“You could see with the nightclubs – it is a hotbed of Covid.
“Covid will spread rampantly across every single one of those people in that nightclub.
“The vaccine programme is not bulletproof.
“It does not stop us from having Covid.”
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July 19 has seen as a seen a swathe of public health measures lifted including mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing.
Addressing MPs on Monday the Speaker of the House urged them to continue to wear face-coverings and not to “push the limits for the sake of it”.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle said: “With the increasing infection levels in the community and people having to isolate, I strongly advise that everyone on the estate should wear face coverings when moving around – assessing catering venues and in the areas they consider crowded, including the chamber.
“We have four sitting days before the House rises.
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“I really want us to behave safely, responsibly, during these few days.
“None of us wants to risk taking Covid back to our families, staff or constituents and I’m sure we will want everyone working on the estate to feel safe and secure, and to ensure the business of this House continues.
“I’ve got to say we’ve certainly got a large number of people that have been contacted so I’m very worried about the outcome.
“Four days to go, I want us all to have a good break and enjoy our holidays so hopefully we will take it seriously and not push the limits for the sake of it.”
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