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Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue low trend of daily cases as the high street restarts

Today sees the reopening of non-essential shops and face masks to be worn on public transport as the country tries to get back to some kind of normality.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is hoping the move to reopen places such as clothes shops and book stores will kick start the economy again.

Some towns and cities in England are already reporting queues of shoppers waiting to get into stores and start buying.

Face masks on public transport is one of the new things starting today.
Face masks on public transport is one of the new things starting today.

With most travellers on public transport now having to wear face masks as of today, thousands of extra staff and police officers will be at stations to ensure the rules are being followed.

Yesterday's figures from Public Health England showed Norfolk only had three new daily positive cases over the last reported 24-hours, taking its total so far to 2,230, and Suffolk only reported one new case, taking its total so far to 1,546.

The UK's daily confirmed cases have seen a rise, to 1,514, with the overall count of cases in the UK so far at 295,889 and the daily death figure was 36.

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