Millions of people in northern England are anxiously waiting to hear how much further virus restrictions will be tightened in coming days as the British government confirmed on October 11 that it will be introducing a new system for local lockdowns.
The prime minister is to announce a three-tier system of measures in England intended to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Bars, clubs, cafes, gyms, beauty salons and hairdressers may be closed, along with shops and some services
Boris Johnson prepares to gather cabinet ministers for a call on Sunday evening.
Boris Johnson to brief cabinet ministers as he prepares to unveil new three-tier lockdown system.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has also defended her government’s actions to suppress the virus north of the border, where tougher restrictions have been imposed in Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Lanarkshire, Forth Valley, Lothian and Ayrshire and Arran – affecting more than three million people.
When question sked if she lost control of the virus in Scotland, Ms Sturgeon told on Sunday show: “No, absolutely not, we’re working hard to make sure that doesn’t happen.”
She said that while the virus was “spreading a little bit faster”, the number of cases per 100,000 are the lowest in the four nations.
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