A member of Little Mix has closed a bar opened in his hometown as Britain issues new tough Covid-19 bans amid a never-ending epidemic.
Aceshobiz – Singer / Songwriter Jade Tharwal It has closed its bar in its home town of South The Shields, England, due to new UK COVID-19 restrictions.
Jade opened her bar Red Door in 2019 and later changed her name to Arabia.
The A little adulteration The star was known to perform there with local bands, but has now been forced to close due to new ‘Tier 2’ restrictions on social media imposed on the area by the UK government.
“It is with a heavy heart that we announce today that Arabia will remain closed until further notice,” wrote a note posted on the bar’s Facebook page on Wednesday (October 14, 20). “We tried our best to go through these difficult times but unfortunately it is no longer possible for us to keep our doors open.”
However, the Star Bar team vowed to reopen after the epidemic.
“It’s not a goodbye forever, the way we will do our best (come back), but we are unable to confirm when it will happen,” he wrote.
All UK pubs and bars were closed by law in March (20) as the country went into lockout, but reopened in July with social distance measures. However, as the virus spread, Prime Minister Boris Johnson this week (late October 16) imposed a new three-tier regime on the country to limit social integration.
Jade Tharwal recently tested for the Covid-19 after the production of a talent show that he launched with his bandmates was discontinued due to a coronavirus outbreak. Her test results came back negative and so did her friends.