SCHOOLS, workplaces, weddings and funerals will all be exempt from the new laws banning people from meeting in groups of more than six. Boris Johnson confirmed that the rules – which will change from Monday – mean people could be slapped with a £100 fine if they’re seen in a large group. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates The rules will apply both inside and outside, and across the whole of England. Boris said he hoped we “could” get things back to normal by Christmas with the Government’s plans to roll out mass testing in the coming weeks and months. But Government scientists fear the rules are likely to remain for at least three months – and could be in place for six.What is exempt from the new lockdown rules? There will be some exceptions to the rules, meaning that many activities involving bigger numbers will still be able to take place. This will include: Schools Schools and other venues for education purposes will still be able to operate and accomodate groups of more than six. Workplaces If the gatherings are for work-related purposes this will be ok.Matt Hancock said that the reason work… Read full this story
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