Aug 28 (Reuters) - Britain's health ministry said on Friday
coronavirus-related restrictions on two households mixing would
be lifted in parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West
Yorkshire from Sept. 2.
A tight lockdown would remain in place in Leicester for a
further two weeks as cases remain high, the ministry said in a
Around four million people were ordered on July 30 not to
mix with other households in Greater Manchester, the biggest
city in northern England, parts of West Yorkshire and East
Lancashire, though they could still go to the pub and to work.
(Reporting by Juby Babu in Bengaluru
Editing by Sonya Hepinstall)