Nearly seven out of ten people want social separation to be reinstated in England’s pubs and restaurants, according to a poll.

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Nearly seven out of ten people want social separation to be reinstated in England’s pubs and restaurants, according to a poll.

EVEN THOUGH England lifted the majority of the remaining coronavirus restrictions on July 19, a huge percentage of the country wants to return to the new normal that the UK had embraced.

According to a YouGov poll, 46% of people in England believe the lifting of limitations came too soon, with only one-third (33%) backing the decision. According to the new poll, a vast majority of people in the country want a variety of restrictions reinstalled, including the reopening of nightclubs and the reinstatement of the mask mandate.

Over the last year and a half, the survey looked at eleven of the most noticeable restrictions that people in England have faced.

Face masks were determined to be the most popular method of preventing the spread of the virus, with 79 percent of respondents wanting them to be made mandatory on public transportation and 76 percent in stores.

Over half of respondents (55%) want the two-metre limit to be strengthened, with 10% more (65%) supporting a return to social distance restrictions in pubs and restaurants.

Perhaps more alarming, half of those in England want nightclubs to reopen, with 50% in favor and 36% opposed, with the rest undecided.

The ‘rule of six’ divides opinion just as much, with nearly half (45%) wanting it to return and the same number wanting it to stay away – 10% were undecided.

Large sporting and entertainment events received a similar response, with 46 percent opposed and 43 percent in favor of going forward.

Despite the fact that some regulations divided the public, it appeared that everyone agreed that certain limits should be removed.

Nearly seven out of ten people (67 percent) reject allowing families to interact outside, and nearly three quarters (74 percent) do not want pubs and restaurants to be compelled to close again.

Only permitting people to leave their houses for important reasons was found to be extremely unpopular, with only 17% supporting it, 75% rejecting it, and the rest undecided.

Boris Johnson remarked the day before the final COVID-19 restrictions in England were released, “Please, please, please, be cautious.”

“Go forward into the next phase tomorrow with all the necessary caution and respect for other people and risks.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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