The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged people to abide by the rules of social distancing so that at the end of the coronavirus crisis they can "have all parties".
The most venerable Justin Welby, the oldest bishop in the Church of England, also told anyone who violates the rules of social distance to "pull himself together."
He added that the crisis had led to an increase in the number of visitors to online services that had "ten times" as many registered as those who had personally appeared in the church.
In an interview with ITV News at ten, he said: "If you don't stick to it, you risk other people's lives, not just your own.
"You risk the collapse of the healthcare system. Do it! Follow the rules!