Gamblers flocked to bars and restaurants on Wednesday to enjoy their last night out for a month while some did their last-minute shopping or cut their hair late at night.

Bars and restaurants in England are filled with customers as the country prepares to enter a Four-week insurance.

Starting Thursday, November 5, people in England will be required to stay home except for “specific items” in an effort to limit the spread of Corona Virus.

The measures mean that all non-essential retail and hospitality venues will be forced to close until restrictions are lifted on December 2.

Bars and pubs in London were full of rafters as crowds flocked to enjoy the last pint before coming.

There were large crowds in Soho, which closed roads to traffic to allow outdoor and gambler dining, with police patrolling the streets, to ensure people abide by social distancing rules and not congregate in more than six groups.

There have been similar scenes in downtowns across England with photos showing crowds of drinkers in Leeds, Bristol and Newcastle.

Even the announcement of the sudden shutdown prompted pub giant Wetherspoon to lower the price of real beer to just 99p to get rid of stock that might go to waste.

This is what the streets of England looked like as the country prepares to enter its second national lockdown.

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