Police urge Doncaster people not to break social distancing rules and to see loved ones in a safe manner

Police in Doncaster spread clear message about maintaining social distancing, wearing masks and following the new government restrictions.

Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 1:48 pm
Updated Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 1:54 pm

Government guidelines now mean that people can meet others outside in groups of six.

But there has been concern about people not following all the rules as restrictions are eased.

South Yorkshire Police said: “Now that lockdown restrictions have eased across England, we know that people want to take advantage of this to see friends and family.“We urge everyone planning to see loved ones to do so safely.

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South Yorkshire Police urge people to keep using social distancing measures.
South Yorkshire Police urge people to keep using social distancing measures.

"Please continue to observe social distancing measures and wear a face mask when required.

“Covid-19 is still very much present in our communities and we need to all continue to work together to ensure the risk to others, especially the most vulnerable, is minimised.“We’d like to thank everyone for continuing to adhere to the measures, and we do have robust operational plans in place to address any emerging issues across the county.”

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