The government has insisted that further coronavirus restrictions will be targeted at local levels with no plans for a national blanket approach. It comes after reports that new measures are being considered to avoid a nationwide lockdown.
The Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick said that ministers will go ahead with plans to reopen schools in England to all pupils in September, despite concerns that it could drive up cases.
Tina Daheley presents BBC News at Ten reporting from health correspondent Lauren Moss.
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