Yorkshire news Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - The majority of YorkshireLive readers believe no further lockdown measures should be imposed on Kirklees

Yorkshire news Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - The majority of YorkshireLive readers believe no further lockdown measures should be imposed on Kirklees

Yorkshire news  Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com
17 October 2020 - 14:45

Breaking News ! Huddersfield residents and people living in other areas of Kirklees have called on the government to let them "go back to normal". A question posted to YorkshireLive's Facebook page asked readers what the region of Kirklees needed to do to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Options given included: To stay in Tier 2 To move up to Tier 3 To go into national circuit breaker lockdown To go back to normal The whole of West Yorkshire, including Kirklees and Calderdale, was placed into Tier Two lockdown restrictions on Monday (October 12). It means indoor gatherings between different households are now illegal, but pubs and restaurants can remain open. And Kirklees Council leaders yesterday confirmed that no discussions have been held about moving up to Tier Three restrictions have been held. In response to YorkshireLive's question, people overwhelmingly expressed a desire to avoid all lockdown measures and return to a more 'normal' lifestyle. Read More Related Articles New map shows 8 places in the UK now most at risk of Tier 3 lockdown Read More Related Articles 125 guests flee as fire rips through Premier Inn in Doncaster and two arrested Gary Pearson said: "Get back to normal. It's a virus, no matter how long you keep people in lockdown the virus will still be there, we could do this local lockdown for years and still be in the same boat. Get back to normality." Caroline Joanne Smith echoed his comments. She said: "Back to normal. Shield the elderly and the vulnerable, herd immunity is the only way to go. The virus will come back every time lockdown is over. We can't live our lives in lockdown." David Wood was defiant in his response, saying: "We will safeguard the elderly and look after the vulnerable but the rest of us are going to get back to work and normality.

. Martin Eastwood said: "Get back to normal but take precautions against the virus. Let's learn to live with it with now." Julie Wigglesworth agreed. "Go back to normal and learn to live with it," she said. "We should still wear faces masks on public transport and in shops." Read More Related Articles The tough new driving law set to come into effect in 2021 Read More Related Articles The sentence you should use at the bank according to money saving expert Martin Lewis And David Neal added: "Social distancing and mask wearing outside your home or garden should be compulsory. Advise the vulnerable to shield and let the world carry on." But James Bain bucked the trend. He said: "We need a national lockdown. Two weeks of strict controls and watch that R rate drop like a rollercoaster." Do you have a different view on what Kirklees should do to combat coronavirus? Email us your views at editorial@examiner.co.uk, or message us on Facebook.

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Yorkshire news Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com


Yorkshire news Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com


Yorkshire news Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com


Yorkshire news Huddersfield residents have say on what must happen in Covid-19 fight MetiNews.Com

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