Play Your Part in Creating a Safer Suffolk

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 Suffolk residents are being asked to play their part in reducing infection and shopping local as businesses begin to re-open across the county.
Councils, partners and businesses have been introducing temporary or trial measures to help people shop and stay safe while keeping to national guidelines. 
Support to make this happen comes from the ‘Safer Places’ group, part of the Suffolk Resilience Forum, which is made up of Suffolk’s NHS, Emergency and Public Services.
Shops and businesses have introduced new social distancing measures, as well as some streets being used in different ways to reduce people getting too close.
Through the Safer Places work, Suffolk councils and organisations are working hard to support high streets.

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