Britons get beers in the freezing cold as England reopens pubs following a long Covid-19 lockdown
- Pubs reopened in England after midnight Monday after four months of closure.
- They can only serve outside, and to a maximum of six people per group.
- But that didn't stop people going in the cold, just after midnight and first thing Monday morning.
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Pubs reopened on Monday in England after being closed for four months due to coronavirus restrictions.
Some people even queued so they could sit at tables outside a pub just after midnight.
The BBC showed one pub using a gong to mark the reopening as people drank outside on Monday morning.
Photos also show people drinking their first pub beers in months:
And of course, memes and tweets about the cold weather followed:
What order do you have your breakfast in Jagerbomb? Full Irish ?? Breakfast than a Guinness ? - Let me know ???— Paul Brown ???? Browns fan?? London News ??Vlogger (@PaulBrown_UK) April 12, 2021
First day back in a pub - freedom after lockdown 3!
?? @GuinnessGB pic.twitter.com/PaB2JEEvEe
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