Leicester lockdown: Business owners ‘depressed’ at new emergency

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  • As British Prime Minister Boris Johnson talks up the economy, business owners in Leicester say they are depressed.
    The English city is the first to impose a local lockdown for at least two weeks because of a resurgence in coronavirus infections.

    Al Jazeera’s Jonah Hull reports from Leicester, UK.

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