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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
BBC News suspends 450 job cuts to ensure Covid-19 coverage
BBC News: BBC News suspends 450 job cuts to ensure Covid-19 coverage Newsroom cuts won't be made while journalists face the demands of covering the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI care home patient dies with virus
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI care home patient dies with virus Magdalene Mitchell was 80 and was a resident at Bradley Manor care home in Belfast. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Prince of Wales tests positive
BBC News: Coronavirus: Prince of Wales tests positive Prince Charles is displaying mild symptoms "but otherwise remains in good health. " Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lockdown rule-breakers urged to mend their ways
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lockdown rule-breakers urged to mend their ways A gathering had to be dispersed from a barbecue on Tuesday. Is such lockdown rule-breaking widespread? Continue reading.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund stars to take pay cut due to coronavirus
BBC Sport: Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund stars to take pay cut due to coronavirus Bayern Munich's players and directors agree to take a temporary 20% pay cut, with Borussia Dortmund set to follow. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS predicted to cope with increased demand
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS predicted to cope with increased demand A key government adviser says the health system should not be overwhelmed as a result of stricter measures. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Drivers to get six-month emergency MOT extension
BBC News: Coronavirus: Drivers to get six-month emergency MOT extension The exemption comes into force on 30 March which means vehicles due an MOT before then must take it. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New Tube restrictions to stop inessential journeys
BBC News: Coronavirus: New Tube restrictions to stop inessential journeys London mayor Sadiq Khan said the number of Tube passengers fell by a third on Wednesday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England rugby stars join head shave challenge
BBC News: Coronavirus: England rugby stars join head shave challenge Henry Slade, Ellis Genge and Luke Cowan-Dickie joined the "Covhead challenge" to raise cash for charity. Continue reading.
Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus
Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus. Prince Charles has tested positive for coronavirus and is displaying mild symptoms “but otherwise remains in good health”, Clarence House has said. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Construction firms split as shutdown calls grow
BBC News: Coronavirus: Construction firms split as shutdown calls grow Confusion deepens as some firms decide to stay open, citing government guidelines for essential work. Continue reading.
Drivers to get 6 month exemption on MOTs due to coronavirus
Drivers to get 6 month exemption on MOTs due to coronavirus. Emergency measures have been brought in by the government for vehicle owners during the coronavirus pandemic, with drivers granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing. Continue reading.
Ipswich law firm still offering free legal advice despite coronavirus pandemic
Ipswich law firm still offering free legal advice despite coronavirus pandemic. An East Anglian law firm will continue to give free legal advice - but over the phone due to social distancing guidelines. Continue reading.
Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus
RT: Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus Prince Charles has tested positive for coronavirus, suffering mild symptoms. He is self-isolating at his home in Scotland with the Duchess of Cornwall, who does not have the virus, Clarence House has confirmed. A statement released on Wednesday morning said that it was “not possible to ascertain” from whom His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales had caught the virus, but that he had been continuing to work from home “throughout the last few days as usual.
Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but 'remains in good health'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but 'remains in good health' The Prince of Wales, 71, has mild symptoms but "otherwise remains in good health," Clarence House says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Doctor 'kicked out' by Headington landlady
BBC News: Coronavirus: Doctor 'kicked out' by Headington landlady The surgeon said he drove all the way back from Oxford to Wirral "nearly in tears". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Watford Football club offers stadium to NHS
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Watford Football club offers stadium to NHS Watford have offered their Vicarage Road stadium, which is located next to the town's hospital, to the NHS. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Watford Football club offers stadium to NHS
BBC News: Coronavirus: Watford Football club offers stadium to NHS Watford have offered their Vicarage Road stadium, which is located next to the town's hospital, to the NHS. Continue reading.
Hardship Fund announced to provide support paying council tax amid coronavirus
Hardship Fund announced to provide support paying council tax amid coronavirus. A £500million Hardship Fund has been announced by the Ministry of Communities, Housing and Local Government to support the most vulnerable households – with Ipswich understood to have secured around £1. 5m.
Two patients at local NHS trust die after contracting coronavirus
Two patients at local NHS trust die after contracting coronavirus. Two people being cared for by the NHS trust which runs Ipswich and Colchester hospitals have died after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Covid-19 assessment centre to open in Derry
BBC News: Coronavirus: Covid-19 assessment centre to open in Derry The centre will be led by GPs and the most seriously ill will be transferred to specialist wards. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: A visual guide to the pandemic
Key charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread and how it is being dealt with. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: What it does to the body
What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated? Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus testing: What is the UK government's plan?
The government aims to reach 25,000 tests a day. At the moment only hospital patients are being routinely screened. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: GP given masks with expiry dates that have passed
BBC News: Coronavirus: GP given masks with expiry dates that have passed Dr Kate Jack says GPs feel "like cannon fodder" after being given masks that expired in 2016. Continue reading.
Coronavirus prompts Norwich pedestrianisation song
Indie-punk band Youth Killed It are among musicians finding ways to keep busy during the outbreak. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Junior doctors from mental health trust to join coronavirus fight
Junior doctors from mental health trust to join coronavirus fight. Trainee doctors at Suffolk and Norfolk’s mental health trust are set to move into the region’s major hospitals to help fight coronavirus, it has emerged. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pressure to halt construction work grows
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pressure to halt construction work grows Former Tory cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith joins those calling for a pause to non-essential work. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI forest parks shut in 'about turn' to save lives
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI forest parks shut in 'about turn' to save lives Last week, parking charges were waived; this week parks are shutting down to cut contact. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nottingham junior doctor sings advice
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nottingham junior doctor sings advice Dr Maissa Rosie says she wrote the song after seeing people panic buying in a supermarket. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Inmates could be freed to ease virus pressure on jails
BBC News: Coronavirus: Inmates could be freed to ease virus pressure on jails Coronavirus poses an "acute" risk in prisons, many of which are overcrowded, the justice secretary says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Walsall couple live stream wedding on Facebook
BBC News: Coronavirus: Walsall couple live stream wedding on Facebook Kirsten and Richard Groom's dream wedding was thrown into doubt by the coronavirus restrictions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The newly jobless struggle to claim benefits
BBC News: Coronavirus: The newly jobless struggle to claim benefits The system is reeling as hundreds of thousands of people, suddenly without work, try to claim support. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Symptoms' at three immigration removal centres
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Symptoms' at three immigration removal centres People have been quarantined at immigration removal units, the BBC is told. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Joe Wicks keeps children fit with online PE classes
BBC News: Coronavirus: Joe Wicks keeps children fit with online PE classes The fitness guru is running free online classes every weekday for children. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: British nationals stranded abroad in 'dire' situation
BBC News: Coronavirus: British nationals stranded abroad in 'dire' situation The foreign secretary is urged by MPs to step up efforts to help thousands of people get home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Eviction protections watered down, says Labour
BBC News: Coronavirus: Eviction protections watered down, says Labour Critics accuse the government of breaking its promise to renters to bring in a complete ban on evictions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dyson develops ventilators for NHS
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dyson develops ventilators for NHS Vacuum-maker aims to engineer and make a new type of ventilator, but others are focusing on existing designs. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Who is allowed to go to work during 'lockdown'?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Who is allowed to go to work during 'lockdown'? People should only travel to "essential" work if they can't work from home - but what is essential? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No extra help for airlines, chancellor says
BBC News: Coronavirus: No extra help for airlines, chancellor says Rishi Sunak says bailing out airlines would be a "last resort" as the sector braces for a $252bn loss. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Supermarkets limit shoppers as rules tighten
BBC News: Coronavirus: Supermarkets limit shoppers as rules tighten Shops have brought in a host of measures following the introduction of strict new government curbs. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Self-employed bailout ‘problematic’
BBC News: Coronavirus: Self-employed bailout ‘problematic’ Rishi Sunak refuses to commit to a precise date for help, saying there are issues about the fairness. Continue reading.
Six more coronavirus cases confirmed in Suffolk
Six more coronavirus cases confirmed in Suffolk. Six more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Suffolk, bringing the total to 28. Continue reading.
App and phoneline launched in Suffolk to help tackle coronavirus crisis impact
App and phoneline launched in Suffolk to help tackle coronavirus crisis impact. An official new service has been set up to support people in Suffolk who need help during the coronavirus crisis – and it also allows people to register as volunteers. Continue reading.
Pep Guardiola: Manchester City manager donates 1m euros to fight coronavirus
BBC Sport: Pep Guardiola: Manchester City manager donates 1m euros to fight coronavirus Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola donates 1m euros to fight the coronavirus outbreak in Spain. Continue reading.
Coronavirus Feelgood Film Festival: A River Runs Through It
Coronavirus Feelgood Film Festival: A River Runs Through It. Banish those feelings of being trapped and isolated with this beautifully shot exploration of nature in all its untamed glory .
Coronavirus: Three admit South Ockendon loo roll burglary
The three men's van stopped by police on Friday in South Ockendon contained loo rolls and handwash. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Crowd at 'unbelievable' Coventry barbecue dispersed
BBC News: Coronavirus: Crowd at 'unbelievable' Coventry barbecue dispersed More than 20 people were "freely mingling and standing shoulder to shoulder round a buffet". Continue reading.

Ipswich Buses: To run a Saturday timetable during the week

Ipswich Buses has given less than 24 hours notice that it will run a Saturday timetable Monday to Friday (and Saturday as normal of course) from tomorrow, 25 March 2020. It was inevitable. Full credit that they chose a Saturday timetable during the week rather than a Sunday timetable. This is all subject to change, and further restrictions may apply.
Coronavirus: Arts Council England launches £160m emergency package
BBC News: Coronavirus: Arts Council England launches £160m emergency package Netflix has also pledged £1m for TV and film workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How Disney Plus could help change the way we view movies
Coronavirus: How Disney Plus could help change the way we view movies. With the nation shuttered away in our homes, Disney have chosen the right moment to launch Disney Plus, their new streaming service, which may help signal the end of the traditional cinema experience .
Coronavirus: 'Drive-by' 7th birthday party held for boy
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Drive-by' 7th birthday party held for boy Friends of Sam, 7, were not going to let social distancing stop them celebrating his birthday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus patient dies at West Suffolk Hospital
Coronavirus patient dies at West Suffolk Hospital. A patient who was diagnosed with coronavirus has died at West Suffolk Hospital. Continue reading.
Legal experts on rights of shop staff concerned about COVID-19 impact
Legal experts on rights of shop staff concerned about COVID-19 impact. As supermarkets serve a critical role in the COVID-19 crisis, we explore the rights of workers fearful of turning up to work and being exposed to the virus. Continue reading.
Hospital radio to spread joy through airwaves during coronavirus crisis
Hospital radio to spread joy through airwaves during coronavirus crisis. The radio station at Ipswich Hospital has pledged to keep families in touch with their relatives in its wards during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Suffolk MP launches coronavirus scheme in bid to recruit 250,000 NHS volunteers
Suffolk MP launches coronavirus scheme in bid to recruit 250,000 NHS volunteers. Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced a new government scheme which will aim to recruit 250,000 NHS volunteers to help those in need during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Tyson Fury's coronavirus advice: 'Listen to Boris, stay inside'
BBC Sport: Tyson Fury's coronavirus advice: 'Listen to Boris, stay inside' Boxer Tyson Fury tells the public to "stay inside" as the country fights the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: ExCeL Centre planned as NHS field hospital
BBC News: Coronavirus: ExCeL Centre planned as NHS field hospital The space will become a critical care centre, amid fears NHS intensive care units will be overwhelmed. Continue reading.
Cafe helps school by cooking hot meals for children in coronavirus crisis
Cafe helps school by cooking hot meals for children in coronavirus crisis. A town’s new cafe is helping take the strain off its local primary school by making home-cooked meals for eligible children during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
More than 8,000 coronavirus cases confirmed in UK after biggest daily rise so far
More than 8,000 coronavirus cases confirmed in UK after biggest daily rise so far. More than 1,400 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the UK in the last 24 hours, the biggest rise so far. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I'm begging you, please be careful'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I'm begging you, please be careful' A woman being treated for coronavirus using a ventilator has made an appeal for people to stay home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Young florists donate leftover flowers to retirement home
BBC News: Coronavirus: Young florists donate leftover flowers to retirement home Lucy and Jessica Simmons gave away their flowers after having an unsold backlog from Mother's Day. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Suffolk: QD stores set to remain open after non-essential stores ordered to close
Coronavirus in Suffolk: QD stores set to remain open after non-essential stores ordered to close. A family-owned East Anglian discount retailer says it is remaining open for essentials as non-essential high street store closures were stepped up in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
WATCH: How can you home school your children effectively during the coronavirus crisis?
WATCH: How can you home school your children effectively during the coronavirus crisis? With schools closed to all but the children of key workers and the vulnerable, one educator has released a handy guide of how to home school successfully. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Calls for clarity over new curbs on life in UK
BBC News: Coronavirus: Calls for clarity over new curbs on life in UK People who cannot work at home should go to work, the health secretary says, amid confusion over rules for workers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Amputee's wife builds makeshift wooden leg
BBC News: Coronavirus: Amputee's wife builds makeshift wooden leg Steve Walton says the first false leg made with a bucket kept falling off. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Four things stats say about the pandemic in London
BBC News: Coronavirus: Four things stats say about the pandemic in London Which borough has the most coronavirus cases - and how far behind the capital is the rest of the UK? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Separated parents 'relieved' children can be moved
BBC News: Coronavirus: Separated parents 'relieved' children can be moved After one minister airs confusing advice, parents give their verdict on visiting under coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pubs holding lock-ins risk losing licences
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pubs holding lock-ins risk losing licences Police in Lancashire, South Yorkshire and Derbyshire say pubs are breaching the order to shut. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Three admit South Ockendon loo roll burglary
BBC News: Coronavirus: Three admit South Ockendon loo roll burglary The three men's van stopped by police on Friday in South Ockendon contained loo rolls and handwash. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Army delivers protective equipment to NHS staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: Army delivers protective equipment to NHS staff The British Army shows support after doctors said they felt like 'lambs to the slaughter. ' Continue reading.
UK lockdown: why does staying at home stop coronavirus?
BBC News: UK lockdown: why does staying at home stop coronavirus? After Boris Johnson brings in new measures, the BBC explains why staying in is a matter of life and death. Continue reading.
In pictures: Quiet streets of coronavirus-hit UK
BBC News: In pictures: Quiet streets of coronavirus-hit UK Images from across the country after strict new measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus were introduced in the UK Continue reading.
Rory Lawson: Former Scotland captain 'totally floored' by coronavirus symptoms
BBC Sport: Rory Lawson: Former Scotland captain 'totally floored' by coronavirus symptoms Former Scotland captain Rory Lawson says he's "been through the mill" dealing with coronavirus symptoms over the past eight days. Continue reading.
Ipswich Buses: Empty Double Decker Buses
Ipswich Buses has announced it is proud to continue a normal service despite the lock down, however, all I could see operating on the 15 and 15A seemed to be double decker buses (when usually they put on single decker buses at the lunch peak). No surprise that the buses were running around empty (other than the driver of course. but not a passenger).
Coronavirus: Construction workers fear for their safety
BBC News: Coronavirus: Construction workers fear for their safety Pressure is growing on government to act to protect construction workers against the coronavirus risk. Continue reading.
‘Social distancing?’ UK govt faces backlash as construction sites seen heaving with workers after Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ enforced
RT: ‘Social distancing? ’ UK govt faces backlash as construction sites seen heaving with workers after Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ enforced PM Boris Johnson has faced an angry backlash for failing to shut down construction sites, following his order of a three-week nationwide lockdown as part of “social distancing” measures to combat the spread of the deadly virus. After Johnson's address to the nation on Monday night, UK Housing Communities and Local Government Secretary Robert Jenrick tweeted that construction sites could stay open as long as social distancing was applied.
Coronavirus: Fourth person dies in Northern Ireland
BBC News: Coronavirus: Fourth person dies in Northern Ireland The death was confirmed by her family on Tuesday morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lionel Messi, Alisson Becker & Gary Lineker unite to slow pandemic
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Lionel Messi, Alisson Becker & Gary Lineker unite to slow pandemic Watch as football stars including Lionel Messi, Alisson Becker and Carli Lloyd offer advice on how to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Couple celebrating first wedding anniversary left stuck in Bali because of coronavirus
Couple celebrating first wedding anniversary left stuck in Bali because of coronavirus. A young Suffolk couple have been left facing thousands of pounds worth of flights to try and get home after countries started to shut their doors because of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Suffolk bus timetables to change during coronavirus pandemic
Suffolk bus timetables to change during coronavirus pandemic. Bus services in Suffolk are the latest to be hit by the coronavirus pandemic, as reduced timetables are being rolled out. Continue reading.
Your coronavirus questions answered as Suffolk goes into lockdown
Your coronavirus questions answered as Suffolk goes into lockdown. Boris Johnson announced stricter measures on going out and socialising last night as the UK was placed in a so-called ‘lockdown’ – here, we answer the questions Suffolk and Essex readers want answered. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 27.1 million watch PM Boris Johnson's TV address
BBC News: Coronavirus: 27. 1 million watch PM Boris Johnson's TV address Boris Johnson's statement to the nation is the most watched broadcast for years. Continue reading.
Tokyo 2020: Decision on delaying Olympics because of coronavirus could be made on Tuesday
BBC Sport: Tokyo 2020: Decision on delaying Olympics because of coronavirus could be made on Tuesday A decision to postpone this summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo, due to start on 24 July, may be made on Tuesday, BBC Sport understands. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: MP Nadia Whittome returns to care work
BBC News: Coronavirus: MP Nadia Whittome returns to care work Nadia Whittome, 23, said "the care system is in serious danger of falling apart". Continue reading.
Prisons ban visitors in effort to combat coronavirus
Prisons ban visitors in effort to combat coronavirus. Prisons across England and Wales will be closed to visitors from today as the government ramps up efforts to prevent the further spread of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Sadiq Khan warns 'stop Tube travel or more will die'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sadiq Khan warns 'stop Tube travel or more will die' Commuters pack into trains for a second day despite the prime minister banning non-essential travel. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Inside a community pharmacy under pressure
BBC News: Coronavirus: Inside a community pharmacy under pressure Pharmacists are asking people not to stockpile drugs as many report a threefold increase in footfall. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Suffolk: Retail chain introduces screens at checkouts ‘to provide extra reassurance’
Coronavirus in Suffolk: Retail chain introduces screens at checkouts ‘to provide extra reassurance’. A food retailing giant is set to install cough and sneeze-proof checkout protection screens across all its stores nationwide. Continue reading.
Suffolk headteachers ‘blindly running through the dark’ in attempt to control COVID-19 outbreak
Suffolk headteachers ‘blindly running through the dark’ in attempt to control COVID-19 outbreak. Suffolk headteachers have been “blindly running through the dark” today under the pressure of caring for the children of key workers and the vulnerable whilst attempting to control the COVID-19 outbreak. Continue reading.
Champions and Challenge Cups postponed due to coronavirus outbreak
BBC Sport: Champions and Challenge Cups postponed due to coronavirus outbreak The Champions Cup and Challenge Cup semi-finals and finals have been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Thank you all - your messages for Suffolk’s community heroes during coronavirus crisis
Thank you all - your messages for Suffolk’s community heroes during coronavirus crisis. People – individuals, groups and organisations – all over Suffolk are pulling together in the midst of the coronavirus crisis to help the vulnerable, elderly, isolated and self-isolating. Here we focus on some of the wonderful community heroes who are working flat out to deliver essential items, care for people, and help where they can during these difficult days.
Unscrupulous criminals looking to exploit coronavirus vulnerable warn police
Unscrupulous criminals looking to exploit coronavirus vulnerable warn police. Suffolk Constabulary are warning the public to stay vigilant as criminals look to exploit the coronavirus to target vulnerable people. Continue reading.
Coronavirus Bill to be debated by Northern Ireland Assembly
BBC News: Coronavirus Bill to be debated by Northern Ireland Assembly The legislation introduces sweeping measures aimed at preventing the spread of the disease. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK wakes to strict new curbs on life
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK wakes to strict new curbs on life Boris Johnson announces new curbs on life in the UK, which police will have the power to enforce, including a ban on public gatherings of more than two people. Continue reading.
Victims of domestic abuse face ‘very scary’ time during COVID-19 outbreak
Victims of domestic abuse face ‘very scary’ time during COVID-19 outbreak. Charities are offering online services to victims of domestic abuse amid concerns over a rise in violence due to Government measures brought in to deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Ipswich street rangers stop patrols amid coronavirus crisis
Ipswich street rangers stop patrols amid coronavirus crisis. A team of street rangers who patrol Ipswich town centre in a bid to keep people safe have been forced to stop going out due to the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Private clinic defends charging £375 for test
BBC News: Coronavirus: Private clinic defends charging £375 for test The clinic in London says it has "paused" its service following reports it sold several thousand tests. Continue reading.
What's in the emergency Coronavirus legislation?
BBC News: What's in the emergency Coronavirus legislation? The new bill gives ministers powers that would be unprecedented in normal times. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What are the new restrictions and why are they needed?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What are the new restrictions and why are they needed? The new measures will see shops closed and groups dispersed in order to fight coronavirus. Continue reading.

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