Earlier today, Mr Johnson announced office workers should work from home where possible, while pubs, bars and restaurants must now be table-service only.
In total, 45% of people said the new rules "do not go far enough", in a study released on Tuesday following the prime minister's announcement.
He said stiff fines will be imposed on anyone breaking quarantine rules or gathering in groups of more than six, while the use of face masks will be expanded to include passengers in taxis and staff at bars and shops. Testing must also improve to get people back to work and restore confidence, she added. "Finally, for offenders, fines can go up to 200 pounds". First minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the same hospitality curfew would apply in Scotland, and similar measures are expected in Northern Ireland and Wales.
The poll, which surveyed 3,436 British adults, also found that 78% of people supported the new measures and 53% would blame themselves if the United Kingdom was overwhelmed by a second wave of cases.
While the new restrictions stop well short of the full lockdown imposed by the UK Government on March 23, Mr Johnson warned more measures could be imposed if the spread of the virus was not suppressed.
He said Britain was at a "perilous turning point" and had to act now. "We are not issuing a general instruction to stay at home, we will ensure that schools, colleges and universities stay open because nothing is more important than the education, health and wellbeing of our young people".
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Opposition leader, Keir Starmer, says Boris Johnson is "not up to the job", and a second national lockdown would indicate the government had failed.
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Many scientists see echoes of the path of the outbreak earlier in the year when the virus spread swiftly through the country and led to Europe's deadliest outbreak.
The leaders of more than 100 sports bodies have written to Johnson to ask for emergency funding, warning of "a lost generation of activity".
But some lawmakers from the governing Conservative Party are uneasy about tightening restrictions on business and daily life, citing the impact on Britain's already-reeling economy and the curbing of civil liberties.
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Fauci said that it was not inevitable that the United States would fall into another dire situation with coronavirus cases surging during cold weather months, but that he was anxious about parts of the country where public health measures were not being implemented.
"There is nothing more frustrating, for the vast majority who do comply. than the site of a few brazenly defying the rules".
However the number of deaths declined by 10 percent over the previous week to 37,700.
In an address to the nation, he said: "We must rely on our willingness to look out for each other, to protect each other".