Coronavirus update in the UK: Latest news as public beaches could be closed if distance rules were ignored

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– Secretary of Health Matt Hancock has warned that the government will take action if social distancing measures are ignored as thousands of people flocked to the south coast on the hottest day of the year. Hancock told TalkRadio on Thursday that the government has the power to close public areas such as beaches if people flout security restrictions – Police have condemned the thousands of Liverpool supporters who have taken to the streets of Anfield after the club’s Premier League victory. “Unfortunately, as we have seen throughout the lockout period, not everyone has complied with existing regulations,” said Deputy Police Chief Rob Carden.- New research has revealed that neurologists have expressed concern that young coronavirus patients have developed altered mental states as they recover from Covid-19. While stroke was the most common neurological complication in people with Covid-19, other complications thought to be caused by the virus include delirium, psychosis and catatonia.

– Government experts believe that more than 20 million Americans could have contracted the coronavirus, 10 times more than the official number, indicating that many people without symptoms have or have had the disease.

– The governors of Texas and Arizona temporarily suspended the reopening of their states on Thursday as infections and hospitalizations increased and the country set a new record for a one-day increase in cases.

– New Zealand and Vietnam are both out of the virus-free lockdown, lifting all restrictions except those for international travel. But while New Zealand’s tourism sector is struggling in the absence of foreign arrivals, Vietnam’s tourism sector has rebounded thanks to domestic tourism, according to travel and industry data.

– Australia will continue to ease restrictions on social distancing despite a coronavirus outbreak in one state, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday.

– Millions of children could be pushed to the brink of starvation as the coronavirus pandemic crosses war-torn Yemen amid a “huge” drop in humanitarian funding, UNICEF said on Friday .

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