People in Lichfield and Burntwood have been urged to use “common sense” as the nation enters the next stage of the Government’s coronavirus strategy.
The Stay Home message used since the lockdown began in March has been replaced by a Stay Alert strategy.
It comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined plans to begin to get some industries back to work.
Lichfield and Burntwood MP Michael Fabricant said people needed to continue to heed official guidance.
“The Prime Minister is clear – social distancing must remain until COVID-19 is defeated – and that is unlikely to happen until we have a vaccine.
“Stay Alert means using your common sense to avoid infection by close contact with others or being in contact with surfaces others have touched.”Michael Fabricant MP