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measures and the dollar's liquidity is normal?? in the banking system. Capital outflows have remained tame in China as the ??currency, the yuan, has stabilized from previous depreciation. Net foreign e??xchange (forex) sales by Chinese banks were down 37 percent year on year in A??pril, and forex reserves stayed well above the 3-trillion-U.S.-dollar mark af??ter rising for a third straight month.LONDON, March 24 -- As Britain entered the first day of lockdo??wn, a leading police officer on Tuesday said enforcing the Br??itish government's restrictions on movement will be "a real c??hallengs

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e" and even impossible with the number of officers ava??ilable. The statement came one day after British Prime Minist??er Boris Johnson declared a "moment of national emergency" an??d urged the British people to stay at home to curb the spread?? of COVID-19. TOUGH STEPS, REAL CHALLENGE According to Johnso??n, starting from Monday night, people in Britain will only be?? allowed to leave their homes for "very limited purposes," in??cluding shopping for basic necessities, for any medical need,?? for one form of exercise a day, and to travel to and from wo??rk when necessary. Any gatherR

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ings of more than two people wil??l be dispersed by police, and police also have the powers to ??serve on the spot fines of 30 pounds (about 35.29 U.S. dollar??s) if people ignore the government's new stay at home orders.?? In a press briefing on Tuesday, British Health Secretary Mat??t Hancock said: "These measures are not advice. They are rule??s and will be enforced." However, some have already criticise??d the lack of clarity around the new measures and questioned ??whether a 30-pound fine (about 35.29 dollars) would be enough?? to enforce the lockdown. Ken Marsh, chairm1

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an of the Metropol??itan Police Federation, told Sky News: "It's going to be very?? difficult what is put in front of us." The British governmen??t hadn't told the police the details of what their new powers?? will be, Marsh said, adding that the police would not be abl??e to carry out their new duties without support from the publ??ic. "We don't actually know what is being put in front of us ??yet other than we're going to be asked to disperse crowds," h??e said. "It's going to be a real, real challenge." Over the w??eekend, crowds of people were witnessed visiting open spa9

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ces ??across many parts of Britain, at times ignoring official soci??al distancing advice. SHORTAGE OF POLICE FORCE Apart from a s??hortage of medics, Britain is also witnessing a lack of polic??e officers. Around one in five London police officers and sta??ff are unavailable because of the coronavirus pandemic, the L??ondon-based Evening Standard newspaper reported Tuesday. Acco??rding to the Met Police Federation, Scotland Yard has seen 19?? percent of police, civilian and community support officers r??eporting not available for duty, having either contracted COV??ID-19 or3

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because they are self-isolating. The federation clai??med that, as of Monday, 2,100 of the London police force's 31??,000 officers were off, including a high-ranking policeman. M??arsh cast doubt on officers' ability to deal with the lockdow??n and claimed the British Army may need to help enforce the m??easures. "The Army are already in place on the outskirts of L??ondon and across the country. And I don't doubt for one minut??e that they will be called if needed," Marsh said. "It could ??be tailored in quite quickly and everything is on the table."?? EMPTY STREETS, PACKEDY

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TUBES Londoners woke up Tuesday to a n??ew reality of quiet streets, but serious overcrowding on the ??London Underground triggered urgent appeals from medics for p??eople to "stay home and save lives." Above ground, the citysc??ape was one of orderly compliance with the near-lockdown anno??unced by Johnson on Monday night as millions of people stayed?? at home and most businesses obediently closed their doors to?? customers. Only one or two passengers were seen in a bus nea??r Swiss Cottage in northwest London to the downtown area. Und??erlining the national emergency, ArmN

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y trucks drove over Westm??inster Bridge and past the House of Commons to deliver urgent?? supplies to St Thomas' Hospital. Below ground there was conf??usion and anger as passengers struggled to maintain social-di??stancing on platforms crowded with people trying to get to wo??rk on a stripped-down Tube service, according to the Evening ??Standard newspaper. A Tube driver spoke out against non-essen??tial journeys and said he will be forced to self-isolate to p??rotect his family if the overcrowding continues. Worried abou??t packed carriages on the London Underground, Sadic

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q Khan, the?? mayor of London, took to social media to warn the public to ??listen to the government and stay at home unless they are a k??ey worker or need to travel for urgent reasons. "More lives w??ill be lost" unless the public stops "all non-essential trave??l" during the coronavirus lockdown, Khan said.5

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