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Minister confirms South Yorkshire Covid restrictions

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Minister confirms South Yorkshire Covid restrictions

Minister confirms South Yorkshire Covid restrictions

Health minister Edward Argar has confirmed to MPs that South Yorkshire will enter Tier 3 lockdown from one minute past midnight on Saturday.

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