A string of illegal New Year’s Eve raves are being secretly planned across Tier 4 London, a news outlet revealed.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the events which could send COVID spreading even faster through the capital.
Organisers aren’t being hindered by the possibility of £10,000 fines and are scheduling events similar to those in the summer when a string of illegal raves sent the R rate soaring.
It comes after illegal raves and warehouse parties were blamed on driving a surge in coronavirus, leading to further lockdown misery.
Three-quarters of England is now in Tier 4, with some 44 million people under the most stringent restrictions and household mixing prohibited.
Doctors have appealed to Brits not to party with friends on New Year’s Eve after hospitals were wall to wall with COVID patients on Christmas Day and the police have threatened Brits with £10,000 fines tonight if they break COVID rules to throw New Year’s Eve parties, with the country being told to remain at home.
Everyone across the nation has been ordered to act as if they have coronavirus and to remain within their households this Christmas, but one person behind a massive end of year party said they planned to throw a party so people could say good riddance to 2020.
It was discovered that one of the largest planned raves, known as the Good Vibrez rave, last took place during the summer at a secret location in east London and pictures posted on social media after the event revealed that the event took place close to a road flyover.
This time the organisers are advertising a New Year’s Eve event to be held at a secret location and the only clues organisers will give away is that it will be at a covered outdoor London location.
People wishing to attend must sign up to an Instagram account and supply evidence of identification in a private message before purchasing a ticket.
Top of the bill is a garage set by Mutant, following similar sounds to be played by Mark H Nostalgic.
Other acts advertised included an eclectic dance mix by Andy Mills and drum and bass sets from Annicca, Myro and Casper, but it’s unclear if any of the acts will be there in person or if they’re even aware they being linked to the illegal events.
Earlier this year, a news outlet investigation uncovered dozens of illegal parties were super spreading events which contributed to a 300 per cent spike in cases nationwide.
Perhaps we should just let them get on with it, it’s not like intelligence is much of a thing these days and the virus has demonstrated that and this has brought out the dimness in people and it seems that some people are a lost cause.
I can’t condemn them though, they’re just youngsters wanting to socialise. Perhaps they believe that herd immunity is best, but we can’t put all teenagers in this category because quite a few of them are abiding by the rules.
Older generations fought in wars for freedom, but now we’ve had our freedoms taken away and are being threatened by the police and fines – is this not modern slavery?
The planet we now live in has changed, and not for the better. When I was younger, we didn’t have plastic carrier bags, our milk and soft drinks came in glass bottles, our fish and chips came in a newspaper, not polystyrene boxes, our meat was from a butcher, not wrapped in plastics, our vegetables were from the greengrocer in paper bags – there were no disposable nappies and no fast-food restaurants, need I go on.