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The British government is studying the imposition of general isolation in the city of Leicester, after seeing a significant increase in the number of people infected with Coronavirus.
The British Times newspaper, quoting informed sources, reported that the Minister of Health, Matt Hancock, is studying this procedure after the city, which has some 350,000 people, recorded more than 650 cases of the virus in the first half of June.
This comes at a time when Britain is relaxing the restrictions of social separation and the rules of public isolation and is gradually reopening its economy, with the number of deaths and deaths caused by Covid-19 disease caused by the Corona virus. The country was one of the countries hardest hit by the pandemic.