Covid cases rising in UK – what happens next? – BBC News

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In July, UK PM Boris Johnson announced that no legal restrictions would be in place for Covid-19, and people would be trusted to make their own decisions.

Now, cases are continuing to rise and the question on everyone’s lips is… what now?

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