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Tiers will be kept ‘regularly under review’ says Hancock

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Tiers will be kept ‘regularly under review’ says Hancock

Tiers will be kept ‘regularly under review’ says Hancock

More than 23 million people in England (around 41.5% of the population) will be living under Tier 3 measures once national lockdown ends on December 2 as the government sets out its latest Covid-19 restrictions.

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