Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry and Slough will move to Level 2 restrictions from the emerging coronavirus and discussions are underway regarding placing Warrington at Level 3.

Minister of Health Matt Hancock He announced this in Parliament, where he warned that it would be “catastrophic” not to act and allow Covid-19 “Unleash your full power.”

Level 2 changes come into effect starting 12:01 am on Saturday – which means that people will not be able to meet other families socially inside.

In the three regions, Hancock said, infections had risen to more than 100 per 100,000 people, with cases doubling every two weeks.

As for the affected population, he added, “We will support you all the way,” referring to More help for workers and companies It was unveiled by Chancellor Rishi Sunak earlier.

Stoke on Trent is also slated to move to Level 2

Hancock said the expected change in Warrington was “due to the continued rise in the number of cases there.”

He explained, “There is an excellent local hospital in Warrington, but it deals with a very large number of cases.”

Mr. Hancock said that “discussions are underway” about whether parts of Nottinghamshire and West Yorkshire would be placed in level 3.

He also revealed some progress in group tests.

Pedestrians wearing protective face coverings walk in front of the Covid-19 test mark in Manchester in northwest England on October 17, 2020, as more restrictions come into effect as the number of new COVID-19 cases rises.  Around 28 million people in England, more than half of the population, now live under strict restrictions imposed on Saturday as the country battles a spike in coronavirus cases.  (Photo by Ole Scarff / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP via Getty Images)
Lateral flow tests are now being used in schools and universities

Lateral flow tests are now starting to be rolled out in schools and universities – and they’re useful because they don’t require a lab or machine to present the result.

The Minister of Health said that he had bought “many millions” and that they would help “find the virus in the place of its spread and reduce the disruption that anti-virus measures inevitably create.”

But the Labor party indicated that some injuries and deaths could have been avoided if the government had followed the advice of its scientific experts known as SAGE and established a “circuit breaker”.

John Ashworth, the health minister in the shadows, said Prime Minister Boris Johnson should have “used half the term next week” and put in place temporary national restrictions.

The Liverpool city area was the first to be placed under the Tier 3 restrictions
Mr. Ashworth suggested that some deaths and injuries could have been avoided

He warned that “what worries me is that the approach the government is taking now means that there will necessarily be more rigorous and deeper work in the coming weeks.”

“We are only in the fall and winter have not yet arrived.”

Also called the latest stats show Test and Trace has its lowest success rate Since the system started “bad”.

Followed the news Greater Manchester And the South Yorkshire They both move to Level 3 this week.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled the three-tiered system for England earlier this month in an effort to simplify the rules as the country heads to a second high in Corona Virus cases.