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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThe date restrictions will be relaxed for areas that will not remain in the Leicester lockdown zone is actually Saturday July 18.There has been confusion about the date since Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced yesterday that some measures will change in county areas that were within the red line, apart from Oadby and Wigston.DHSC has since confirmed that Saturday July 18 is the right date and apologised for the earlier confusion.”This includes Charnwood and Blaby. These areas will now return to national social distancing guidelines.”Some additional restrictions will continue in Leicester City, Oadby and Wigston but some restrictions will be relaxed on July 24.”Shielding must continue in all areas. In Leicester City, Oadby and Wigston they will remain closed until at least the next review.
The shooting took place in the northwest part of the district at 14th Street and Spring Road, Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham said in a press conference. Three men, two with “long guns” and one with a pistol, opened fire on a group of people, Newsham said.Nine people eight men and one woman were taken to local hospitals as a result of the shooting, Newsham said. One was pronounced dead, two are in serious condition, and the rest suffered non life threatening injuries.
It was really quite amazing especially taken in context with the performance I saw on Saturday by Bob Dylan, a singer that clearly never drank from Browne’s Fountain of Youth. (I’m not hating, I’m just saying.) It’s like Jackson has taken on Dick Clark’s former role, and is now playing the guy that never ages. According to a press release, the singer is ill, suffering from a bout with fatigue.
Not that the players are expecting to win the Best Team award anyway.”Honestly I think it gonna be tough, there a lot of good teams out there,” Perry said. “The (Golden State) Warriors, obviously, and the (United States) women national soccer team, what they did, I wouldn be surprised if they came away with it.”So this is more about the trip. One last hurrah in a summer full of hurrahs celebrating a National Championship season before Big Ten Media Days next week, and camp kicks off in the beginning of August.