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This page last updated on 27 June 2020
Statement from Liverpool
City Region Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram on last night's City
THE Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City
Region, Steve Rotheram, issued the following statement on 27
"As a lifelong red to say I was disappointed by the actions
of a minority of people last night would be an understatement.
The vast, vast majority of supporters followed the advice of the
Police, the club, the Council, myself and others, to celebrate
safely and at home. They deserve our praise and thanks for doing
so. Unfortunately, a small minority of people did not listen to
these pleas and instead chose to gather in public. In some
cases, people behaved in a way that would be unacceptable even
if we were not still grappling with a global pandemic. Criminal
activity is criminal activity whether it is under the guise of
celebration or not. Their actions have risked shining a negative
light onto a title win that should have been seen as a positive
for the club and for our City Region. They have given some
elements of the media, who as we have seen in the past, need
little incentive to criticise us, to do so again. I’ve spoken
with the Chief Constable and I fully support the Police in
issuing a Section 34 Dispersal Order. I will continue to work
closely with them, Liverpool Council and the football club to
ensure that as far as possible we do not see a repeat of last
night's events. Coronavirus still presents a real and present
danger. Whilst Government has eased some lockdown measure this
does not mean that the threat has passed. It is important that
we all continue to think about the safety of others, as well as
ourselves in such times. No one should be ignoring the very
clear advice we have been giving locally to maintain social
distancing; limit social contact where possible, wear face
coverings and not to gather in large crowds. As the club, the
manager and the players have requested I would again urge
everyone to wait until it is safe to do so and we can all come
together to celebrate this amazing title victory."
Total UK cases COVID-19 cases - update for Liverpool City Region
THE total number of UK
Coronavirus (COVID-19) infections that have been laboratory
confirmed, within the UK, has risen by 890 cases and the total
number now stand at 310,250, that includes tests carried out by
commercial partners which are not included in the 4 National
Daily number of COVID-19 associated UK fatalities added to the
total, was sadly reported to be 100 according to the Department
of Health. The total number of deaths of people who have had a
positive test result confirmed by a Public Health or NHS
laboratory is 43,514.
In England, there are a total of 160,150 confirmed cases. North
West - total of 27,226 confirmed cases. The number of laboratory
confirmed cases within the following Local Authorities, in and
around the Liverpool City Region are as follows:-
► Liverpool, 1,679 confirmed cases.
► Sefton, 979 confirmed cases.
► Wirral, 1,365 confirmed cases.
► St. Helens, 766 confirmed cases.
► Halton, 417 confirmed cases.
► Knowsley, 675 confirmed
► Blackpool, 682 confirmed cases.
► Blackburn with Darwen, 422 confirmed cases.
► Bolton, 1,059 confirmed cases.
► Bury, 817 confirmed cases.
► Cheshire West and Chester, 1,240 confirmed cases.
► Cheshire East, 1,353 confirmed cases.
► Lancashire, 3,843 confirmed cases.
► Manchester, 1,737 confirmed cases.
► Oldham, 1,156 confirmed cases.
► Rochdale, 884 confirmed cases.
► Stockport, 1,090 confirmed cases.
► Tameside, 874 confirmed cases.
► Trafford, 885 confirmed cases.
► Wigan, 1,231 confirmed cases
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