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Lincolnshire health bosses urge people in Stamford and Bourne to stay at home or face longer lockdown




Health bosses in Lincolnshire have warned that if people do not stick by the rules, the national lockdown could lasts months “or even longer”.

The Government is due to review the national restrictions after the February half-term, however numbers continue to spike across England.

Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty said on Monday that the UK is due to go through the “most dangerous time” as vaccines are rolled out, with the next few weeks being “the worst” for the NHS.



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