the Sun and the heat smashed the loose in Europe. It has got tens of thousands of bathers to flow to the beaches in the south west of England in recent days.
Pictures and videos from beach resorts along the Dorset coast shows how the beach holidaymakers, is close, and umbrellas are springing up side by side.
But the warm temperatures of up to 32 degrees at the coast and the many beach holidaymakers, beanies far from the local authorities. It writes the AFP news agency.
Vikki Slade, who is the head of Dorset's councils, saying that it was appalling to witness.
in Addition to traffic congestion, parking offences, piles of garbage and the fights kept the british nowhere near the required distance to each other in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
It has got the authorities to declare a 'serious condition' and encourage people to stay at home.
- The irresponsible behavior and actions from so many people is shocking, and the authorities are stretched to the limit to ensure everyone's safety, says Vikki Slade, according to AFP.
By declaring 'serious condition' has the authorities the opportunity to rearm and use additional resources, including the police.
a Member of the Uk parliament Tobias Ellwood writes on Twitter that up to half a million people visited the beaches of Dorset. It worries him in light of the ongoing coronaviruspandemi.
- It is very sad to see so many people be selfish and act so dangerous, says Ellwood for the british media to the BBC.
Thursday was the Uk's so far the hottest day. That was dealt 558 parkeringsbøder at the areas around the beaches in the south west of England.
4. July, the Uk will relax the additional restrictions that are introduced to curb the spread of the coronavirus. It applies, among other things, the opening of the pubs, hotels and restaurants.
the Uk is one of the six countries in Europe, as the Ministry of foreign affairs of Denmark advises against visiting.
the Uk has registered more than 309.000 smittetilfælde and over 43,000 coronarelaterede deaths.