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Police lockdown fines fall in Lincolnshire during May and June




The number of lockdown fines issued by Lincolnshire Police has slowed since measures were eased in England, new figures have shown.

Public health regulations introduced on March 27 to prevent the spread of coronavirus enabled officers to issue fines to people who failed to comply after officers had spoken with them.

Measures were then eased on May 13, when two people from different households could meet outside, as long as they were 2m apart.


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