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'Freedom day'? Removing COVID-19 restrictions will vastly reduce the freedoms of some – viewpoint

By Andrew Divers, Research Associate, Centre for Applied Psychological Science, Teesside University
Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Professor of Public Health, Teesside University
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England has now dispensed with the remaining restrictions that were in place to curb the spread of COVID-19. No longer will there be a blanket requirement to wear face masks in public spaces or to socially distance. Some have labelled July 19 – the date from which these rules no longer apply – as “Freedom day”, a restoration of liberty that has been curtailed throughout the pandemic.


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