BORIS Johnson has ordered Covid-19 marshalls to target weddings and pubs wearing body cameras to film Brits enjoying life amid Coronavirus.
The Sun reported that the Marshalls will be given a whopping £30million to enforce rules and have been provided with bodycams and radios.
The COVID Gestapo recruits will be given lists of steps that should be being taken in businesses such as restaurants, pubs, takeaways, shops, and wedding venues as well as “close contact” services like hairdressers.
RALLY AGAINST BORIS’ POWER GRAB
PROTESTERS hit London on Saturday to rally against coronavirus restrictions.
Piers Corbyn, the brother of the former Labour Party leader Jeremy, announced on Twitter his expected participation in the march.
The UK government in late September introduced a series of measures for England including a ban on social gatherings of more than six people, limiting opening hours for pubs and restaurants, and making face masks compulsory for bar staff and non-seated customers.
The measures were brought in to curb an increase in the COVID-19 infection rate.
Since the beginning of the outbreak, the UK has recorded over 561,815 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 42,582 related deaths, according to data compiled by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.