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The number of people in the UK to die of coronavirus has jumped by 113, up to 578.
This comes as police were given new powers by the Home Office, meaning those who continue to flout coronavirus lockdown rules can be arrested.
Officers can also tell them to go home, leave or disperse an area and ensure parents are taking necessary steps to stop their children breaking the law.
Those who refuse to comply could be issued with a fixed penalty notice of £60, which will be lowered to £30 if paid within 14 days.
Second-time offenders could be issued a fixed penalty notice of £120, doubling on each further repeat offence.
Those who do not pay the penalty can be taken to court, with magistrates able to impose unlimited fines.
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