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The British government on July 19 announced the official lifting of anti-Covid-19 restrictions, despite protests from thousands of scientists and opposition politicians.

In this event called `Freedom Day`, from 0:00 on July 19, the UK allows nightclubs to reopen, while other locations are allowed to operate at full capacity.

The British government on July 19 announced the official lifting of anti-Covid-19 restrictions, despite protests from thousands of scientists and opposition politicians.

In this event called `Freedom Day`, from 0:00 on July 19, the UK allows nightclubs to reopen, while other locations are allowed to operate at full capacity.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

Right from midnight, many young people lined up outside entertainment venues, waiting for the moment they described as New Year’s Eve.

Right from midnight, many young people lined up outside entertainment venues, waiting for the moment they described as New Year’s Eve.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

British people appeared excited as they waited outside nightclubs and prepared to gather to celebrate on the day the government lifted anti-Covid-19 restrictions.

British people appeared excited as they waited outside nightclubs and prepared to gather to celebrate on the day the government lifted anti-Covid-19 restrictions.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

Crowds gathered outside bars in England continuously cheered and burst into joy when the clock struck 0:00.

Crowds gathered outside bars in England continuously cheered and burst into joy when the clock struck 0:00.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

The crowd danced and drank beer, enjoying the moment of participating in large gatherings and no longer having to comply with any anti-Covid-19 restrictions such as keeping distance and wearing masks.

The crowd danced and drank beer, enjoying the moment of participating in large gatherings and no longer having to comply with any anti-Covid-19 restrictions such as keeping distance and wearing masks.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

Bustling scene inside a bar in London on the first day of opening.

Bustling scene inside a bar in London on the first day of opening.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

A police car parked outside the Egg nightclub in London just before opening time.

A police car parked outside the Egg nightclub in London just before opening time.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

Instead of gathering inside bars and restaurants, many young British people also chose to attend outdoor concerts, marking one of the first events not subject to anti-epidemic restrictions.

Instead of gathering inside bars and restaurants, many young British people also chose to attend outdoor concerts, marking one of the first events not subject to anti-epidemic restrictions.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

Unlike the excitement and enthusiasm of customers, many bar staff still wore masks on the first day of opening.

Unlike the excitement and enthusiasm of customers, many bar staff still wore masks on the first day of opening.

British people 'disappeared' on Freedom Day

To prepare to welcome guests on the first day of lifting all restrictive measures, entertainment facilities in England are cleaning and spraying disinfectant on all surfaces.

Many experts warn that Britain `releasing the door` on Covid-19 could be a dangerous decision as infections in the country continue to rise.

To prepare to welcome guests on the first day of lifting all restrictive measures, entertainment facilities in England are cleaning and spraying disinfectant on all surfaces.

Many experts warn that Britain `releasing the door` on Covid-19 could be a dangerous decision as infections in the country continue to rise.

Ngoc Anh (According to Reuters/Sun)

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