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No guarantee current lockdown will be the last, minister admits

Sky News Friday, 19 February 2021 ()
The government cannot guarantee that the current coronavirus lockdown in England will be the last, a minister has told Sky News.
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News video: Nadhim Zahawi tells Sky News it's important to make the easing of lockdown

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The current national coronavirus lockdown should be England’s last, a government minister has said.Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi said there shouldn’t be a need for another nationwide lockdown if this one is eased cautiously.His comments came as prime minister Boris Johnson prepares to unveil...

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