After 17 months of isolation England has lifted all restrictions imposed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The lifting of the measures took effect at midnight and from this Monday in Britain there will be no restrictions on the number of people meeting, including participation in any public activity as well as nightclubs.
This made many British citizens wait until 00:00 pm in line to enjoy the nightlife.
Placing the mask will be recommended in some settings, but will not be required by law, but
Prime Minister Boris Johnson through a message has demanded extra caution, due to the Delta mutation.
But while Britain is heading towards total openness, the opposite is happening in France. The intensification of measures to counter the new wave of growing Covid infections has been accompanied by protests in some regions of France, with the burning of several vaccination centers.
The situation remains critical in Australia, where for five weeks the authorities have left more than half of the population in isolation.