Coronavirus: On the streets of Leicester, where lockdown remains and fear reigns With police reminding people who aren't adhering to lockdown rules, everyday life is now reduced to "survival" for some.

With police reminding people who aren't adhering to lockdown rules, everyday life is now reduced to "survival" for some.

The streets around North Evington to the east of Leicester's city centre certainly aren't deserted, but many of those out and about are wearing face masks and trying to keep their distance.

The people we speak to say they're doing their food shopping, which is permitted.

Most businesses are closed - but those selling essential supplies are open.

We see at least six police officers and community support officers walking around the streets reminding people of the coronavirus...
source: The Sky News

2020-07-04 23:02
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