The most stringent control measures will be implemented throughout West Yorkshire, UK 60% of England will be affected
According to news from the British government on the 31st, the most stringent control measures will be implemented throughout West Yorkshire on November 2 at 0:00.
The West Yorkshire region includes the cities of Bradford, Calderdale, Cocles, Leeds and Wakefield, with a population of 2.2 million.
It is reported that because the number of people infected with the new crown virus has soared and is difficult to control, local hospitals and medical staff are under tremendous pressure.
Therefore, the British government and local governments have agreed to raise the level of control in the region to the highest level.
On the other hand, the regional government requires corresponding central financial support to deal with the economic blow caused by the total blockade.
By then, more than 60% of England’s population will live under the strictest third-level control and second-level strict control measures.