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West Yorkshire Police Urging The Public to Stay Safe This Halloween

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West Yorkshire Police is urging the public to stay safe this Halloween amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

This year, many Halloween traditions such as trick or treating are to be avoided due to restrictions that are currently in place across all of the county of West Yorkshire.

Following on from Government guidance, West Yorkshire was put into Tier 2 ‘High’ Covid Alert category, mixing of households and social distancing measures are currently in place, and police are urging the public to enjoy the festivities at home to help stop the spread of Coronavirus.

The full news item can be accessed by visiting the link below:

https://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/news-appeals/west-yorkshire-police-urging-public-stay-safe-halloween-0

 
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