WORLD Greater Manchester lockdown easing U-turn after cases rise

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Greater Manchester lockdown easing U-turn after cases rise

Xinhua

13:35, September 03, 2020

People walk on the street in Bolton, Greater Manchester, Britain on Sept. 2, 2020. According to BBC, parts of Greater Manchester will not have lockdown restrictions eased as planned following a government U-turn. Measures in Bolton and Trafford were due to be eased overnight after a fall in cases earlier in August. But they will "now remain under existing restrictions" following "a significant change in the level of infection rates over the last few days", the government announced. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

A person cycles past Trafford Town Hall in Greater Manchester, Britain on Sept. 2, 2020. According to BBC, parts of Greater Manchester will not have lockdown restrictions eased as planned following a government U-turn. Measures in Bolton and Trafford were due to be eased overnight after a fall in cases earlier in August. But they will "now remain under existing restrictions" following "a significant change in the level of infection rates over the last few days", the government announced. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

People walk on the street in Bolton, Greater Manchester, Britain on Sept. 2, 2020. According to BBC, parts of Greater Manchester will not have lockdown restrictions eased as planned following a government U-turn. Measures in Bolton and Trafford were due to be eased overnight after a fall in cases earlier in August. But they will "now remain under existing restrictions" following "a significant change in the level of infection rates over the last few days", the government announced. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

People walk on the street in central Bolton, Greater Manchester, Britain on Sept. 2, 2020. According to BBC, parts of Greater Manchester will not have lockdown restrictions eased as planned following a government U-turn. Measures in Bolton and Trafford were due to be eased overnight after a fall in cases earlier in August. But they will "now remain under existing restrictions" following "a significant change in the level of infection rates over the last few days", the government announced. (Photo by Jon Super/Xinhua)

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