Boris Johnson has called for people to be blocked so they don’t lose patience, but there are some concerns that they are only doing that.
North Yorkshire Police said they were recently abused because they tried to take people away from the beauty spot. So is the lock falling in certain areas? And what are the chances of lifting that?
Meanwhile, some health workers are struggling to get tested for coronaviruses. That is a warning from the British Medical Association. He says that since the government increased the number of candidates for testing to 10 million key employees and their families, the online system has been fully reserved.
The government’s goal is to reach 100,000 tests a month, but only 37,000 tests were done yesterday
Huw Edwards presents BBC News Danny Savage, a correspondent for the north of England, science editor David Shukman and health editor Hugh Pym.
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