It was a sea of heads layered with an array of beautiful beach umbrellas last week at seaside’s in most beaches across Britain.
This was as a result of heatwaves which hit the nation last week. In that wise, Southern British beaches recorded an unprecedented crowd of beach goers of not less than a million on June 25 from the estimation of local authorities.
CGTN reports Bournemouth East MP Tobias Ellwood as saying that the situation is overwhelming. “We’ve made such progress tackling this pandemic. I’d hate to see Bournemouth be the one place in Britain that gets that second spike,” he added.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on June 26 warned the citizens that “mingling too much” could set the UK back and suggested people stick to social distancing rules.
The British government warned that UK beaches could be closed if infections rise. The UK registered 901 newly-infected cases on Sunday.