West Midlands Police also under fire as local MPs question how suspect was able to go on "two-hour spate" that left one man dead.
Police said there were a "number of victims", but could not give information about the severity of their injuries.
Police were called to hotels in London, Bromsgrove and Essex after they were targeted by Britain First protesters.
City officials and police urge the public to act now to prevent returning to the "dark days" of lockdown.
The owners of curry houses in London's Brick Lane, Birmingham's Balti Triangle, and Preston speak frankly about their prospects for the future.
West Midlands Fire Service urged people near the Tyseley estate to keep doors and windows shut.
Games chiefs bowed to pressure from 51 community campaigners to make the board more representative of the diverse city.
Shops in Birmingham and Watford are among those shutting their doors for good.
HuffPost UK understands officials are assessing the outbreak before deciding on action, with concerns infections could spill into Birmingham.