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Coronavirus: Tighter national rules considered by government – BBC News

The government is considering a few weeks of England-wide restrictions to slow a second coronavirus surge.

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New England-wide measures which could see hospitality businesses forced to shut are being considered by the UK government to try to slow a second surge of coronavirus cases.
A short period of national rules- a “circuit break” of a few weeks – could be announced in the next week, BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said.
Schools and most workplaces would be kept open during those weeks.
But no final decisions have yet been reached on the next course of action.
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