After Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland refused to adopt the British government’s new “stay alert” slogan, instead opting to continue the original advice to “stay home”, the four nations’ approaches to coronavirus has begun to fracture.
For those living on the UK’s borders, this division has left them grappling with conflicting guidelines. We’d like to hear from those living on the borders about what the differing advice has meant for them.
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Perhaps your local shop is in one country, but your closest hospital is in another? Or your daily walk takes you across the border? Maybe your community is divided between two countries, and two sets of regulation?
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