London's Tier Three 'may affect some sales but book-buyers will still shop local'

London's Tier Three 'may affect some sales but book-buyers will still shop local'

London booksellers have expressed confidence customers will continue to “shop local” and support bookshops, in spite of unease caused by news that the capital will be moving into the more restrictive Tier Three this week to help cut coronavirus infection rates.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed Greater London will move into England’s highest level of coronavirus restrictions from Wednesday (16th December), alongside parts of Essex and Hertfordshire, as the result of the sharp rise in Covid-19 cases. He said in some areas the virus was doubling around every seven days.

Although non-e...

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