Britain could be staring a second lockdown in the face - if new measures are not abided by and do not prove effective.
The prime minister has warned one person’s mild cough could be another’s “death knell” as he urged people to abide by new restrictions in a bid to prevent a second lockdown.
Norfolk and Waveney have been warned not to be complacent in the fight against coronavirus, as MPs praised the government’s new restrictions as “sensible” and “practical”.
People should work from home if they can, government ministers have said, ahead of Boris Johnson’s televised address tonight over further restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Premier Inn owner Whitbread has warned it could axe up to 6,000 jobs as the coronavirus crisis continues to hit demand for hotel stays.
A local MP has called for further coronavirus restrictions to take into account the lower infection rates in areas like Norfolk.
Dozens of jobs look set to be saved after plans to build a fuel depot at a bustling business park were approved.
Young people in Norfolk have described the “confidence shattering” process of job hunting during the coronavirus pandemic amid fears over a lack of future opportunities.
Parts of the region’s multi-billion pound tourism industry could crumble in the coming months, bosses have warned - despite seeing an all-time record year in 2019.
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