Newark MP Robert Jenrick, the Communities Secretary, talks about where we are now with coronavirus
If you live in the Newark area and have been missing driving out to the countryside for a nice walk, you can, but do it with members of your household and stand apart from others — that's the message from the Newark MP and Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick as the UK moves into the next stage of the fight against coronavirus.
"We passed the peak of the virus and are in a downward trend, and it is right we turn to the next stage of our response and broaden-out the message — Stay vigilant, Be alert and Stay Home as much as possible," said Mr Jenrick following PM Boris Johnson's public address on Sunday evening to the nation on the easing of some lockdown measures.
"You will be able to exercise more than once a day and meeting a family member outside of the household to catch up on a bench if you are socially-distanced.
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