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    The UK government has published guidlines for businesses on measures that should be implemented to reduce COVID-19 transmission, including reducing the number of people in enclosed spaces, providing sanitisers, and improving ventilation.

    A broadcast shows people on the streets of London as restaurants, pubs, cafes, restaurants, museums, and hotels are provisionally allowed to reopen in England on 4 July. Meanwhile, nightclubs, beauty salons, and gyms will remain closed.

    The UK government has employed a four-nation approach, which gives the devolved governments in each constituent country the power to oversee lockdown measures.

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