Businesses chafe in Leicester as UK city faces new lockdown

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Businesses chafe in Leicester as UK city faces new lockdown

Members of the military operate a walk-in mobile Covid-19 testing centre at Spinney Hill Park in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
Two men have a discussion next to a sign in central Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A man cleans the windows of a launderette in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The central England city of Leicester is waiting to find out if lockdown restrictions will be extended as a result of a spike in coronavirus infections. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A man wearing a protective visor crosses the road on a mobility scooter, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A man disinfects public toilets in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A shopper wearing a face mask on Humberstone Gate in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)

Businesses chafe in Leicester as UK city faces new lockdown

Members of the military operate a walk-in mobile Covid-19 testing centre at Spinney Hill Park in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
Two men have a discussion next to a sign in central Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A man cleans the windows of a launderette in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The central England city of Leicester is waiting to find out if lockdown restrictions will be extended as a result of a spike in coronavirus infections. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A man wearing a protective visor crosses the road on a mobility scooter, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A man disinfects public toilets in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
A shopper wearing a face mask on Humberstone Gate in Leicester, England, Monday June 29, 2020. The British government is reimposing lockdown restrictions in the central England city of Leicester after a spike in coronavirus infections, including the closure of shops that don’t sell essential goods and schools. (Joe Giddens/PA via AP)
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