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Daily Round-Up: Masks become mandatory




Get your masks on Face coverings are compulsory for customers in supermarkets, shopping centres, banks, and takeaways in England as of today. Certain shops, including Sainsburys and Asda, however, have said they will not enforce the new rules.

Flu jabs all round The Government has said that around 30 million people in England are to be offered a free flu vaccine this year, in an effort to stem the spread of the disease whilst the coronavirus pandemic is still in full swing.

No more McAdverts Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce today a ban junk food adverts on TV before 9pm, in an effort to curb the obesity epidemic in the UK.

Masks have now become mandatory in a number of public spaces.
Masks have now become mandatory in a number of public spaces.

Norfolk and Suffolk coronavirus figures In Suffolk, the total number of cases is at 2,647, whilst in Norfolk the figure stands at 2,878.

Nationally, the total number of cases stands at 297,146, with 769 cases in the last 24 hours, whilst the death total stands at 45,554, with 53 deaths in the last 24 hours.

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