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Coronavirus cases in Warrington rise to 21 as public continue to ignore police pleas to stay at home


WITH the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Warrington now confirmed at 21, police say members of the public are still ignoring advice to stay at home.

Warrington Police posted a message on their facebook page stating: “The message is still not getting through to some people – please don’t drive your car to local beauty spots to walk your dog.

“These areas are getting crowded and you are putting people’s lives at risk.

“Many people having the same idea and walking in popular areas is not good.”

On Friday the borough council had to close down the community recycling centres as motorists formed long queues after carrying out spring cleans at home, Over the weekend officers also had to attend the Trans Pennine Trail due to the large numbers of visitors.

Six people were summonsed over night for ignoring the new legislation after Prime Mnister Boris Johnson put the country on lock down.

The legislation includes the following
*Essential contact only
*You can not visit other people’s houses
* You can not meet up with friends for children to have play dates or for you to exercise.
*You can not allow your children to go out and hang out with friends
* You can as a house unit go for a walk a slong as you don’t meet others
* You can go to the suppermarket for essentials, keepinghnds clean and distancing from others
* You can go to work if needed staying a safe distance away from colleagues

The UK total number of confirmed cases is now 19,522 with 1,228 deaths.

The daily reported in the last 24 hours up to today (Sunday) is 2,433 new cases and 209 deaths.

Six summonsed for ignoring new coronavirus legislation


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