Health minister: No second national lockdown ‘if people stick to the rules' | Coronavirus
Telegraph, 17 Sep 2020
Edward Argar has played down reports that the Government is considering a two-week national lockdown as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
The health minister said that if people "stick to the rules" such as local lockdowns and the rule of six, then "we don't need to see a national lockdown".
He added the Government believes the rise in coronavirus cases can be controlled through local measures.
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