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The closure in England “could last more than 4 weeks”, says the government – BBC News




The government has agreed that the new national closure in England could be longer than the deadline set for 2 December. Cabinet Minister Michael Gove said the ministers would be guided “according to the facts” and that the government wanted to get the coronavirus reproduction rate below critical level 1. The new blockade caused a significant increase in infection rates – and is reversed in order to alleviate the restrictions. Tina Daheley presents Ten at BBC News with political correspondent Jonathan Blake, political editor-in-chief Vicki Young and health correspondent Lauren Moss. Please subscribe HERE .



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