The UK government has postponed the return of live music performances as lockdown easing slows amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In a press conference today (31st July), prime minister Boris Johnson announced that lockdown restrictions due to be lifted tomorrow (1st August) for higher risk settings, which included indoor music and theatre performances, pilots of crowds in sports scentres, and wedding receiptions of more than 30 people, will not be permitted.
An Illegal rave that took place in Los Angeles last weekend has been condemned by health experts.
Event organisers Technometrik hosted the party last weekend, which took place in a South L.A. warehouse, and charged $20 for entry to the over 21s party. Despite the event lacking permits and proper regulations, tickets were available to purchase online.
The Netherlands has banned public gatherings.
One of the latest countries to take the measure as a result of the coronavirus - or COVID-19 - pandemic, the European nation has brought in the tough new measures until 1st June. Announced by Justice Minister Ferd Grapperhaus on Monday (23rd March), all organised gatherings are now banned.