The Prime Minister has brought in stricter new rules for everyday life in the UK to try to tackle coronavirus with the country effectively on lockdown for at least three weeks.
Boris Johnson enforced strict measures in his coronavirus lockdown speech – including restricting the reasons people can leave their homes.
Brits are now only allowed out to buy essential food or medicine, to exercise once a day, for medical help, and to support someone who’s vulnerable.
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The Prime Minister told the nation they should only be going to work if “absolutely necessary”.
The country has also been warned against visiting friends and now gatherings of more than two people can be dispersed by police under the new rules.
Officers will also be able to fine people who don’t stick to the guidance.