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Lincolnshire likely to stay in coronavirus 'medium' tier 1 for longest in the Midlands

Lincolnshire “will be one of the last, if not the last” place in the Midlands to go into higher tier lockdown, health bosses have said.

North and north-east Lincolnshire will go into the “high” tier 2 bracket from 0.01am tomorrow (Saturday, October 31) as part of tougher measures across the Yorkshire and Humber region.

It follows a steep rise in cases, including areas of Grimsby with some of the highest infection rates in Greater Lincolnshire.

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