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Coronavirus: New restrictions in force for parts of West Midlands

New lockdown measures have come into force in the West Midlands after the number of coronavirus cases rose. People in Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull are banned from meeting others who are not part of their household or support bubble, in homes or gardens. The restrictions affect about 1.6 million people and run alongside wider rules that came into force on Monday. The council is asking the government for an exemption to rules around child care after parents raised the issue. Michelle McDaid, from Solihull, who relies on her parents to help with childcare, said the rules were 'frustrating'. Dr Justin Varney, from Birmingham City Council's public health department, said: 'This... prevents family members providing childcare, and that is having significant impact on lots and lots of families.'

BBC News - September 15, 2020

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