Leeds City Council release a statement following government announcement that Leeds will move into Tier 3

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Councillor Judith Blake, leader of Leeds City Council, said:

The government has today (Nov 26) announced that Leeds will move into Tier 3 restrictions after the current lockdown ends. The new restrictions will come into force on December 2.

Whilst local councils have not been involved in discussions around which tier they will move into, we have been working closely with our partners and communities in Leeds to ensure we are prepared for changes to restrictions and that support is in place that will minimise the impact on our residents and businesses as much as possible.

I would also like to once again thank the people of Leeds for their patience, diligence and compassion over what has been an incredibly challenging time for the city.

There is light at the end of the tunnel and if we continue to do all that we can to.




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  1. This is getting beyond a joke. Yes it was bad to start off with but its just another flu. I have friends in the NHS n it quiet in hospitals. The nightingale is a waste of money. Friend with ppl who work there. This is causing soo much mental health problems n it can’t go on. Someone need to tell the truth.
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