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Lockdown restrictions reimposed in Aberdeen as coronavirus cluster grows

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Lockdown restrictions reimposed in Aberdeen as coronavirus cluster grows

Lockdown restrictions reimposed in Aberdeen as coronavirus cluster grows

Bars, cafes and restaurants have been ordered to close as lockdownrestrictions are reimposed in Aberdeen over a coronavirus cluster in the area.First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said 54 cases have now been reported in theoutbreak.


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