LONDON, September 2
The British Government re-imposed native restrictions in components of the Greater Manchester space in northern England on Wednesday, simply as they have been being lifted, the most recent in a sequence of abrupt reversals.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock stated social distancing measures would stay in place within the boroughs of Bolton and Trafford, opposite to his announcement on August 28 that they might be lifted on September 2. “Following a significant change in the level of infection rates over the last few days, a decision has been taken that Bolton and Trafford will now remain under existing restrictions,” Hancock stated in an announcement.
The restrictions, which have been in place in Greater Manchester since July 30, imply amongst different issues that residents can not meet folks from exterior a narrowly outlined social bubble in properties, both indoors or in gardens.— Reuters