Coronavirus increase in Harrow is quite concerning

London will move into Tier 2 from midnight tonight (Friday) as the daily increase in many London boroughs is quite concerning.
Confirmed coronavirus cases in London hit 68,740 today, with Barnet and Ealing continuing to be the capital’s worst-affected boroughs.
Harrow daily increase, 63 new cases just behind Barnet, is the fifth high in London – Harrow confirmed cases are 2,415 as of 16 October, significant increase in the past two weeks.
Tier 2 means a ban on household mixing indoors with anyone outside your household or support bubble. The rule of six will still apply to outdoor social gatherings and meetings in private gardens.
GHLeader of the Harrow council Cllr Graham Henson said the T2 decision was “necessary” to help keep people safe.
He said: “I understand this is a difficult and worrying time for our communities, residents and businesses but these new restrictions are essential to keep Harrow safe”.
Cllr Graham message is: ““We must all play our part to avoid further restrictions and keep Harrow safe. Please stay safe and take all necessary precautions to do so.”
Test centres in Harrow: In addition to the South Harrow walk-through testing centre at Brigade Close Car Park opposite South Harrow Police Station, the Edgware testing centre at Watling Community Centre, Orange Hill Road, HA8 0TR – is now open daily 8am to 8pm.
Tests must be booked in advance.