the next Day they are there-changing messages about how it went, as the british pubs on Saturday again be able to welcome guests in the beer.
Britain's health minister, Matt Hancock, salute the british for good behavior.
- People behaved largely responsible, although there are some images that show the opposite.
- Overall, I am very pleased with what happened yesterday. It was really good to see people out and about and on the whole, keep the social distance, says Hancock to Sky News, according to news agency Reuters.
The british pubs opened on Saturday for the first time since the end of march, when they were closed to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
the Reopening is part of the government's plan to make the walk in society again, so Britain's economy can recover after three months of coronanedlukning.
It is, however, not everyone is equally enthusiastic about how the british behaved through the night.
John Apter, chairman of the british politiforbund, was on duty in the city of Southampton.
- Something that was crystal clear is that full people not can/will keep the social distance, writes John Apter on Twitter.
He reports on a busy evening.
- We had to do with antisocial behavior, naked men, possession of drugs, happy fulderikker, sure fulderikker, brawls, more acidic fulderikker, and was called the fascist pigs of some, we tried to help, writes John Apter on Twitter.
He summarizes, that the evening confirmed that alcohol and social distance 'is not a good combination'.
According to government guidelines, there must be 'minimal contact' between staff and customers. And the only table service is allowed.
in Addition, customers should provide their contact information, so they can be contacted if there is a smitteudbrud.
Prior to the reopening of the pubs called the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, that people don't let themselves get carried away.