Britain is set to enjoy pleasant weather this weekend, however, police have warned that those who break COVID-19 lockdown rules will be fined or even arrested this weekend.
People have to stay indoors and only go out for essential reasons, such as food, medical reasons and daily exercise.
Temperatures set to reach 20 degrees Celsius on Sunday, which causes concerns about people disobeying the rules and going out to spend time in the sun.
The country’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson appealed to the public to stay indoors.
He released a video on Twitter, where he said: “I just want to say one crucial thing, one quick thing to everybody thinking about this weekend and what may be some fine weather.”
He added: “I reckon a lot of people will be starting to think that this is all going on for quite a long time and would rather be getting out there, particularly if you’ve got kids in the household, everybody may be getting a bit stir crazy, and there may be just a temptation to get out there, hang out and start to break the regulations.
Finally, he said: “I just urge you not to do that. Please, please stick with the guidance now. Under a new law passed to stop the spread of coronavirus, Brits cannot leave their homes without “reasonable excuse”.
On Friday it was reported that about 3,605 people in the UK have sadly passed away due to the COVID_19 pandemic, while nearly 40,000 people have tested positive for the virus.
Article submitted by Chante, Structured, Edited And Corrected By Charles Watson