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South Kesteven and Lincolnshire leaders tell government no to put county in Tier 3 restrictions




Lincolnshire leaders are asking the Government to treat the county as a special case when it decides which tier it should go into after lockdown ends next week.

A joint letter to ministers from the leaders of Lincolnshire County Council and the seven district councils, including South Kesteven, has been sent to Westminster after a a meeting of the Lincolnshire Outbreak Engagement Board (LOEB) earlier today (Wednesday.

The LOEB, which is leading the county's response to coronavirus, is pleading with Health Secretary Matt Hancock, not to put Lincolnshire in Tier 3 - which would see pubs, bars and restaurants have to close, except for takeaway and meals.



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