Lockdown Easing: Public Services Urge Sussex and Surrey To Stay Safe

Sussex and Surrey residents are being urged to stay safe ahead of pubs and restaurants reopening tomorrow.  

Sussex Resilience Forum partners, which include blue light services and health, ask people to avoid putting a strain on the NHS.  Local services are preparing for a surge in demand with the relaxation of the social distancing measures. It comes after incidents last week where huge numbers of visitors left roads gridlocked near Camber.  

In Surrey, there will be extra police patrols to ensure the public are safe.  Chief Constable Gavin Stephens, thanked residents for their continued support ahead of the easing of the lockdown restrictions.  He says it’s important for people to take responsibility for looking after each other by following Government guidelines.

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