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'Rule of six’ law comes into force today to tackle growing number of Covid cases




The coronavirus “rule of six” came into force in England today (Monday, September 14), meaning any social gatherings of more than six people will break the law.

People face fines of up to £3,200 if they do not abide by the new measure, which applies to both indoor and outdoor settings and follows a rapid increase in the number of daily positive cases.

Regulations enabling the enforcement of the rule were published late on Sunday night, around 30 minutes before they came into effect.



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