Lockdown survey: Have your say on how you think coronavirus restrictions should be eased in Northumberland

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Opinions on the lockdown, and the Government’s response to the crisis, are wide-ranging.

The messaging on staying at home has been largely followed, and in a recent poll on the Northumberland Gazette Facebook page, 85% of readers said they would support the lockdown for “as long as it takes”.

But the coronavirus crisis is all-encompassing, and impacts every part of our daily lives.

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With Boris Johnson set to review plans to ease the lockdown, which are expected to be announced on Sunday, we want to hear from you on a number of issues relating to the lockdown and the Covid-19 pandemic, so we are inviting you to take part in this quick survey.

Lockdown measures have been in place since March 24.Lockdown measures have been in place since March 24.
Lockdown measures have been in place since March 24.

Take part in the survey at this link and help us provide a valuable picture of lockdown in your community.

We will keep your answers confidential and they will only be reported as part of a group, in percentage terms.

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