Liverpool lockdown: Is Liverpool going into FULL lockdown? | UK | News (Reports)


Is Liverpool going into full lockdown?

Liverpool will not be going into a full lockdown, but will continue to be subject to restrictions.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock made a statement in the Commons to confirm that Liverpool is not going into lockdown.

Currently, Liverpool has recorded 1,287 new coronavirus cases in the seven days up to September 27, the equivalent of 258.4 cases per 100,000 people.

The city’s rate is the third highest in the country.

Neighbouring borough Knowsley has the second highest rate, with 261.8 cases per 100,000.


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