Covid: Kevin Larkin discusses reports that smaller towns are ‘bouncing back better’ from pandemic

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‘One of the worst performers was London where just over half of people have gone back compared to before the pandemic’

GB News Yorkshire and Humber Reporter Kevin Larkin discusses reports that smaller towns and cities are ‘bouncing back better’ from pandemic.

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