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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

A closed shop of musical instruments is seen, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

A closed shop is seen, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

Closed shops are seen in an empty street, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

An interior of an empty shop is seen, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

Closed shops are seen in an empty street, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

A taxi drives by closed shops, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

Closed shops are seen in an empty street, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

Closed shops are seen in an empty street, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

A closed shop is seen, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Britain Coronavirus Restrictions
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Britain Coronavirus Restrictions

Closed shops are seen in an empty street, in London, Britain. Some supermarkets in the UK have faced difficulties in ensuring the supply of food. Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Daily contact testing will be rolled out to workplaces in Britain's food sector so staff who have been 'pinged' by the COVID-19 app can keep working if they test negative.

Russia Coronavirus Restrictions Ease
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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions Ease

People eat in the food court of Aviapark shopping center as coronavirus restrictions ease, in Moscow, Russia. Before dining indoors at restaurants, cafes and bars people will no longer be required to present QR codes showing they have been vaccinated, have had an infection indicating immunity or have recently tested negative. The decree comes into effect starting Monday, July 19, exactly three weeks after the controversial measure was put in place.

Russia Coronavirus Restrictions Ease
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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions Ease

People eat in the food court of Aviapark shopping center as coronavirus restrictions ease, in Moscow, Russia. Before dining indoors at restaurants, cafes and bars people will no longer be required to present QR codes showing they have been vaccinated, have had an infection indicating immunity or have recently tested negative. The decree comes into effect starting Monday, July 19, exactly three weeks after the controversial measure was put in place.

Russia Coronavirus Restrictions Ease
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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions Ease

People eat in the food court of Aviapark shopping center as coronavirus restrictions ease, in Moscow, Russia. Before dining indoors at restaurants, cafes and bars people will no longer be required to present QR codes showing they have been vaccinated, have had an infection indicating immunity or have recently tested negative. The decree comes into effect starting Monday, July 19, exactly three weeks after the controversial measure was put in place.

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