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Cambridgeshire's health chief sends message to residents following news county will be in Tier 2 from Monday




People across Cambridgeshire must "work hard" to reduce the rate of coronavirus infection ahead of Christmas.

That was the message from Dr Liz Robin, director of public health for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, following today's announcement that our county will be going into Tier 2 (which the government has put as 'high alert') from Monday December 2.

She said: "As we now know we will be moving into tier 2 restrictions from December 2, it is vitally important that we now work as hard as we can to reduce our rate of infection to protect those we love ahead of some limited relaxation over Christmas.



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