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Hancock announces new lockdown measures in the North

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Hancock announces new lockdown measures in the North

Hancock announces new lockdown measures in the North

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced that from midnight tonight, people in Greater Manchester, parts of West Yorkshire and East Lancashire who live in different households will be banned from meeting indoors.

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