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Jarvis: We’ll be moving heaven & earth to get out of Tier 3

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Jarvis: We’ll be moving heaven & earth to get out of Tier 3

Jarvis: We’ll be moving heaven & earth to get out of Tier 3

Sheffield City Region Mayor, Dan Jarvis, has called for more clarity on how to move out of Tier 3 restrictions.

His comments came as South Yorkshire was placed under the more stringent measures amid a growing number of coronavirus cases.

Report by Browna.

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