In the UK:
‘When SAGE called for short lockdown 5 weeks ago, UK had 4,964 new cases a day, 1,502 Covid patients in hospital, 28 deaths.
Yesterday, there were 21,915 new cases, 10,000 Covid patients in hospital, 326 deaths.’
^ ‘Covid: Johnson’s U-turn puts England under tough new lockdown’ - from The Guardian
and the UK Government once again treats the North, Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland differently form the south and the capital. 67% of wages for the rest of you - until London is affected then it is suddenly up to 80%… despite arguing with the rest of the country just days prior about how they couldn’t afford it. Strange, that.