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Downing Street are also weighing in to try and explain the meaning of the new “stay alert” slogan.
A No 10 spokesman said the public can stay alert by “staying at home as much as possible”, “limiting contact with other people” and keeping two metres apart where possible.
If you’re just joining us, here’s a quick overview of what’s happened with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland’s response to the government’s new coronavirus slogan.
This morning, the UK government introduced a new slogan, “stay alert, save lives”, to replace the “stay home, save lives” slogan used so far. It appears to be part today’s change in lockdown conditions, with some relaxation of measures expected to be announced at the government’s briefing tonight.