Liverpool leaders confirm lockdown plan to shut pubs, casinos, gyms and bookies

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As written in the youtube description by mlimah: Liverpool will go into the strictest \”third tier\” of new anti-coronavirus restrictions to be announced imminently, its leaders have said after talks with the Government.  The region’s leaders said the Government has decided \”pubs and bars, betting shops,casinos and adult gaming centres, and gyms will close\”.  But they added that a wider economic support package had still not been agreed, and they also want a clear exit strategy from Tier 3 measures.  Prime Minister Boris Johnson will set out new measures to try to contain a growing coronavirus crisis on Monday, outlining three new alert levels to better coordinatethe government’s under-fire response.  Northern England has been particularly hard hit by a new surge in coronavirus cases that has forced local lockdowns.  Downing Street has decided that further measures and closures will apply to the Liverpool region, which includes the city, Knowsley, Wirral, Sefton, St Helen’s and Halton, a joint statement from leaders said.  Liverpool’s leaders said the furlough scheme announced recently by Finance Minister Rishi Sunak was inadequate.  \”Businesses in the region especially those in the hospitality sector and those serving it will be damaged and many will suffer long term damage or close for good,\” they said.  The statement added that the city’s leaders have agreed with the government to remain in dialogue to establish a \”mutually agreeable\” financial support package to mitigate the impact of new \”Tier 3\” restrictions.  \”We also require clear definition of the exit strategy from Tier 3\”, the statement said.  While an effective local Track, Trace and Isolate package with the funding to support it, cooperation on data, local control and the guaranteed supplies and resources required, was also high on their demands.  The joint statement was signed by Mr Rotheram, as well as , Cllr Rob Polhill, leader of Halton Council, Cllr Graham Morgan, Knowsley Council, Cllr Ian Maher, Sefton Council, Cllr David Baines, St Helens Council, and Cllr Janette Williamson, Wirral Council.  Mr Anderson tweeted on Sunday evening that the leaders \”have not agreed anything\”, but confirmed ministers had made it clear there would be \”no buts\” to the decision.  \”We have not agreed anything, we have been told this is what Government intends to do with ‘no buts’,\” he said.  \”I and all the Leaders of the CA and @MetroMayorSteve have not accepted anything we have been trying to get financial support to protect our businesses and support our Region.\”  Liverpool recorded 2981 cases in the week to October 8, a rate of 598 per 100,000, while nearby Knowsley is the second-worst hit place in England with a rate of 669.  Huge crowds of revellers took to the streets in the likes of Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds on Sunday night – which could be the last for months.  Night Time Industries Association, the British Beer and Pub Association, and other groups, argue that the virus transmission being suppressed by closing venu

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