Health secretary Matt Hancock MP has insisted that a majority of people have acted responsibly after so-called ‘Super Saturday’, the start of eased lockdown measures across the UK.
However, he added that the number of cases in Leicester has worried the government and that a number of measures have been put into place. The health secretary has said employment practises may be largely to blame for the significant rise of coronavirus cases in the region.
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