People face fines of up to £ 3,200 if they fail to adhere to the new procedure, which applies both indoors and outdoors and follows a rapid increase in the number of daily positive cases.

In Sunderland, the seven-day turnover rate for new Covid-19 cases continues to rise as the city is added to the government’s watch list, along with Gateshead, Newcastle and South Tyneside.

Here’s the latest coronavirus updates from across Werside and elsewhere in the country on Monday, September 14th.

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Live Covid-19 updates ahead of the rule change on Monday, September 14th.

Last updated: Monday 14 September 2020 13:10

  • The Coronavirus ‘rule of six’ came into effect in England today, which means any social gatherings of more than six people will violate the law.
  • In Sunderland, the seven-day turnover rate for new Covid-19 cases continues to rise as the city is added to the government’s watch list, along with Gateshead, Newcastle and South Tyneside.
  • A number of places and schools have been closed or partially closed due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, with a deep cleaning procedure.

Problems with reserving Covid-19 tests in the Northeast due to “too crowded” service on the government website

People trying to book coronavirus tests across the northeast have raised concerns about availability after failing to secure a hatch.

There have been reports of residents trying to book a test in the area, but instead of getting an appointment, they come across a message on the website that “the service is too busy”.

It reads: “This service is very busy now. If you cannot book a test now or the venue and time is not right for you, please try again in a few hours when more tests are available.

If there are no online tests available, do not contact test helplines. You will not be able to get the test through helplines.

There are currently no sites available for test drive or home test kits.

People in the northeast are struggling to book tests for Covid-19. Photo: Getty Images.

The business leader is self-isolating after a family member has symptoms of Covid-19

Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer is undergoing self-isolation after a family member displays possible symptoms of the Coronavirus.

A spokesman for Sir Kerr said: “Kerr Starmer advised this morning to self-isolate after a family member showed possible symptoms of Coronavirus.

“A loved one has now taken a test. In keeping with NHS guidelines, Kerr will self-isolate while awaiting test results and more advice from medical professionals.”

Sir Kerr participated in a phone call on LBC this morning and reported the situation to his broadcaster office.

The latest school affected by the Corona virus in Sunderland

The latest school affected by the Covid-19 outbreak was confirmed this morning by Together For Children Sunderland.

As of 11 am on Monday, September 14, the school’s most recent partial closure is Gillas Lane, Houghton, which affects the mixed class for Years 2, 3 and 4.

The last full school shutdown as of 11 am on Monday September 14th is Portland Academy, Sunderland.

Sunderland Pub The Rabbit has become the latest venue to announce the Covid-19 lockdown

The Rabbit in High Street West said it is taking all appropriate steps after reporting to management that a member of the public who had previously tested positive for Covid-19 had entered the building before their full isolation period had expired.

The place joins the list of other companies via Wearside that have closed down or affected by the growing number of coronavirus cases.

Labor Leader Endorses ‘Rule of Six’

Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer said he supports the government’s “six restrictions ruling” that came into effect this week.

In an interview with LBC Radio, he said, “I support the Six Rule.”

“I think you need something simple that is easy to understand and I think the government was slow in going back in February and March to appreciate the problem that was about the face and we can’t repeat that mistake again, so I support the” rule of six “.

“We have declared our support for it and I will say, as I told the prime minister, I will say, as the leader of the opposition, to everyone, please follow the advice of the government, please follow these rules.”

He added, “You can make an argument for why not five or why not six or seven – you have to go with a number backed by science and say six and I think we should abide by that rule.”

Sir Kerr said the “ministers side of the deal” was to improve the NHS Test and Trace and to ensure that more people are isolated from themselves now that new social restrictions are in place.

The “Six Base” law is in effect to address the growing issues

The Coronavirus ‘rule of six’ came into effect in England today, which means that any social gatherings of more than six people will violate the law.

People face fines of up to £ 3,200 if they fail to adhere to the new procedure, which applies both indoors and outdoors and follows a rapid increase in the number of daily positive cases.

More than 3,000 Covid-19 cases were recorded in the UK for the third day in a row on Sunday – the first time since May that cases had exceeded 3,000 in three consecutive days.

The new law comes amid concerns about an increase in cases in care homes and mounting criticism of the NHS testing and tracing system.

Aside from the limited exemptions including work and education, the police will be able to disperse gatherings of more than six people and impose fines ranging from £ 100 to £ 3,200.

All businesses and schools in Sunderland have been closed or affected by the coronavirus outbreak

A number of places in and around Sunderland have been closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, with a deep cleaning being conducted.

Schools across Wearside were also affected, with some confirming full or partial closures.

We have compiled a list of the most recent businesses and schools that have been confirmed to have closed or partially closed in and around Sunderland due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Sunderland has officially been placed on the government’s coronavirus watch list

Sunderland is on the government’s watchlist for rising coronavirus cases – with a warning that a local corporate shutdown could be next.

Last week, the city was added to England’s Public Health Watch list for “enhanced support” as leaders warned “This is our last chance”.

There were 244 new positive cases in the seven days through Tuesday, September 8, which equates to about 75 cases per 100,000 people – three times higher than the national average.

Sunderland City Council says there are no official restrictions or lockdown measures as part of the move.

Cases continue to rise in Sunderland

Figures released Sunday, September 13th, by Public Health England, raised the total number of Covid-19 cases across the city by 32 from 2,192 to 2,244.

Total coronavirus cases in the Northeast increased by 195 to 18,395.

No new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in the northeast on Sunday, with the total number of hospital deaths in the region remaining at 1,431.

Wermouth Bridge in Sunderland.

Good morning and welcome to our live blog as we will keep you updated on the latest developments regarding the coronavirus situation in Sunderland and the Northeast throughout the day.

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