UK reimposes lockdown on virus-hit city of Leicester | AFP

The British government orders schools and non-essential shops in Leicester, central England, to close and urges people to stay at home after a localised outbreak of coronavirus. Health Secretary Matt Hancock says nationwide moves to ease a three-month lockdown will no longer apply in the city due to high rates of COVID-19, telling parliament: ” The more people follow the rules, the faster we’ll get control of this virus and get Leicester back to normal.” IMAGES

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