News Demonstration against Covid-19 measures in London administrator 27 June 2021 Employees of nightclubs and live music venues in England protested the restrictions imposed within the scope of Covid-19 measures. Employees of nightclubs and live music venues in England organized a protest march against the new type of corona virus (Covid-19) restrictions. The demonstrators gathered in front of the headquarters of the British broadcaster BBC in the capital, London, and marched to the Parliament Square from here. The police did not intervene in the march, which caused traffic disruption in the capital. Carrying banners with the words “Let’s dance”, “Save our stage” and “Music is freedom”, the demonstrators asked the government to lift Covid-19 restrictions. The measures taken due to the Covid-19 epidemic in the country, taking into account the number of cases and vaccinations, started to be lifted from 8 March to 21 June within a 4-stage plan. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on June 14 that the complete lifting of Covid-19 restrictions was postponed from June 21 to July 19. With the postponement, it was reported that nightclubs will remain closed until this date and that people who can work from home will not be encouraged to return to the office. On 8 March, when the first phase was implemented, the British were allowed to socialize in the open air, limited to 6 people. On April 12, when the second phase began to be implemented, shops, barbershops and gyms were re-opened, and restaurants and bars were allowed to serve their customers in their open spaces. With the third phase of the normalization that started in the country on May 17, cinemas, theaters and museums, including entertainment centers, were reopened. In the fourth stage, which was planned to be implemented on June 21, but postponed for 4 weeks, it was planned to remove all restrictions within the scope of Covid-19 measures.