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'Take advantage of your freedoms' Lincolnshire health boss urges, as experts expect Covid-19 cases to rise from autumn




People should start taking advantage of the good summertime weather and “make the most of the freedoms” they’ve got in order to “top up on the benefits,” Lincolnshire health bosses said.

Assistant director of public health at Lincolnshire County Council Tony McGinty said people locking down for a long time meant they had potentially not been as physically active, had not been getting the benefits of the sun on their skin and had suffered mental health issues due to a lack of social contacts.

He said: “It’s summertime, the weather is good, and we don’t know how things are going to go as we go into autumn and winter.



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