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Deserted London: Streets of capital are eerily quiet as once bustling pubs and bars lie empty on first Saturday night of coronavirus lockdown

Deserted London: Streets of capital are eerily quiet as once bustling pubs and bars lie empty on first Saturday night of coronavirus lockdown
  • The streets of central London, normally bustling with weekend revellers, were sitting eerily quiet on Saturday
  • Britons have been ordered to stay at home in order to stem the spread of the deadly coronavirus 
  • Pubs, clubs and bars across the country have closed their doors as Britons remain indoors to stop pandemic 
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The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the cornaviruso lockdown.
The capital's many bars, pubs and clubs would on any other weekend be full to the rafters but instead they sat closed and empty. 
On Monday, Boris Johnson ordered the public to remain at home and to only go outside when absolutely necessary.
The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the coronavirus lockdown
The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the coronavirus lockdown
Shaftesbury Avenue, where a number of Britain's most famous theatres are based, lies empty after the government lockdown announcement earlier in the week
Shaftesbury Avenue, where a number of Britain's most famous theatres are based, lies empty after the government lockdown announcement earlier in the week have been told to stay at home and only leave when it is absolutely necessary, but a number of public transport services are still running
The drastic measures mean the public is spending its Saturday night at home in an effort to stop the spread of the infectious virus.
The drastic measures mean the public is spending its Saturday night at home in an effort to stop the spread of the infectious virus.The drastic measures mean the public is spending its Saturday night at home in an effort to stop the spread of the infectious virus.
Restaurants and drinking establishments across the country have been forced to close their doors for the foreseeable future.
Boris Johnson is writing to every household in the UK to urge the public to obey the lockdown and stay home during the 'national emergency'. 
A number of people have flouted the new orders by going outside unnecessarily, leading to rumours the Government will enforce even stricter rules.
The capital's many bars, pubs and clubs would on any other weekend be full to the rafters but instead they sat closed and empty
The capital's many bars, pubs and clubs would on any other weekend be full to the rafters but instead they sat closed and empty
The West End, normally full to the rafters on a Saturday, has been closed but takeaway services are still supplying many British households
The West End, normally full to the rafters on a Saturday, has been closed but takeaway services are still supplying many British households A sign hangs over the Prince Charles Cinema reading 'We'll be Back' on the first Saturday night in London after the government lockdown
A sign hangs over the Prince Charles Cinema reading 'We'll be Back' on the first Saturday night in London after the government lockdown
A deliveroo rider waits in a deserted Piccadilly Circus, normally one of the busiest hubs of the capital
A deliveroo rider waits in a deserted Piccadilly Circus, normally one of the busiest hubs of the capital 
The Prime Minister, who is self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19, will warn 'things will get worse before they get better' as he stresses the need to stay indoors to support the NHS by slowing the spread.
It comes as Britain's coronavirus death toll rocketed by 260 to 1,019 on Saturday as the UK suffered its worst day yet and saw a huge spike in victims. 
Across the country a total of 120,776 coronavirus tests have taken place, and a whopping 17,089 have come back positive for Covid-19. 
Restaurants and drinking establishments across the country have been forced to close their doors for the foreseeable future
Restaurants and drinking establishments across the country have been forced to close their doors for the foreseeable future
Boris Johnson is writing to every household in the UK to urge the public to obey the lockdown and stay home during the 'national emergency'
 Boris Johnson is writing to every household in the UK to urge the public to obey the lockdown and stay home during the 'national emergency'
The Prime Minister, who is self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19, will warn 'things will get worse before they get better' as he stresses the need to stay indoors to support the NHS by slowing the spread
The Prime Minister, who is self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19, will warn 'things will get worse before they get better' as he stresses the need to stay indoors to support the NHS by slowing the spread
Britain's coronavirus death toll rocketed by 260 to 1,019 on Saturday as the UK suffered its worst day yet and saw a huge spike in victims
Britain's coronavirus death toll rocketed by 260 to 1,019 on Saturday as the UK suffered its worst day yet and saw a huge spike in victims
Across the country a total of 120,776 coronavirus tests have taken place, and a whopping 17,089 have come back positive for Covid-19
Across the country a total of 120,776 coronavirus tests have taken place, and a whopping 17,089 have come back positive for Covid-19

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