British police were ‘stunned’ by the party amid Covid-19
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British police were ‘stunned’ by the party amid Covid-19

`Our 1st patrol recently attended a house and were shocked to find a group of 25 people, both adults and children, partying and singing karaoke with high-powered speakers,` Derby police

Derby police said the group was later disbanded and the homeowner was also punished for violating `social distancing` rules amid the complicated developments of Covid-19.

Many social network users have expressed dissatisfaction with the behavior of the above group of people.

The banquet table of a group of 25 British people was discovered by Derby police on March 28.

`There are patients who cannot be with their loved ones when they die, but here, things are like this! These adults should have been placed on the waiting list to die!`, user Sylvia Hughes commented.

`The police need to severely punish the homeowner and name them. That could show that their actions are unacceptable and that is the consequence of ignoring government advice and rules,` Peter said.

The Derby road patrol police unit on March 26 also discovered and dispersed a crowd at Snake Pass, Peak District, when these people gathered for a picnic, enjoyed barbecue and smoked shisha together.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government has given police the power to arrest people for `non-essential` travel and ignored calls to stay at home for three weeks to stop the spread of Covid-19.

Repeat offenders may be subject to fines of up to 1,000 pounds (about 1,200 USD), the Ministry of Home Affairs warns.

The UK currently records more than 19,500 infections and more than 1,200 deaths due to nCoV.

He also asked people to comply with rules to prevent nCoV from spreading, such as not leaving home when not necessary, keeping a distance of 2 m, and warned of penalties if breaking the order.

The British Prime Minister has been confirmed positive for nCoV and is self-isolating at his office at 10 Downing Street.

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