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Twitter Responds to #Lockdown2

Twitter Responds to #Lockdown2
10 September 2020 | Updated 14 September 2020

The latest government announcement banning social gatherings of more than six people from Monday 14 September has led to the hashtag #Lockdown2 trending on Twitter.

Many people have taken to the social platform questioning the logic of this coming into force whilst the government actively encourages the return to work and public spaces.

As facilities teams continue to prepare and maintain COVID-secure buildings, will this new ruling affect employee and building user confidence? Will it spark fresh outrage that you can see more colleagues than you can family members?

Boris’ new rule of six doesn’t apply to workplaces, but we gathered some industry opinions on how the new law might impact employee confidence, which you can read more about here


And here’s a look at what some Twitter users have to say about it…








What do you think to the new ruling? Will it impact your return to building plans? Whether you’re remaining cautious or desperate to get you and your colleagues back into the workplace, we’d love to hear your thoughts. 

Head over to Twitter and tag us with your response or check out our LinkedIn page to have your say in the comment section.


Picture: an empty underground station.

Article written by Daisy Miceli | Published 10 September 2020


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