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A senior police chief has said his force is looking for clarity about enforcing the new lockdown restrictions in east Lancashire.
Terry Woods, Deputy Chief Constable of Lancashire Constabulary told BBC Radio Lancashire; "I think we're all trying to get our heads around it aren't we? Let's be honest."
He added: "Over the next few hours we're expecting a lot more clarity to come out."
Mr Woods said the force was expecting many calls over the weekend about big house parties or barbecues and said they would be dealt with proportionally.
A man charged with causing the deaths of three members of a Barrow family by dangerous driving on Fathers' Day will go on trial at Preston Crown Court on 26 April.
Joshua Flynn was walking with his son Coby-Jay and daughter Skylar when they were hit by a Peugeot 206 that mounted the pavement in Abbey Road.
David Logan, 47, of Broughton Road in Dalton, appeared at Preston Crown Court today and pleaded not guilty to three charges of causing their deaths by dangerous driving, and one charge of causing damage of unknown value. He was remanded in custody.
Roehl Ribaya became the last patient to leave a unit in Blackpool, which saw a high rate of infections.
A Lancashire man who spent 60 days being treated for coronavirus has been clapped as he left intensive care.
Youth worker Sam Ali says it is "upsetting have to a microscope" on Blackburn due to Covid-19.
A negative spotlight on South Asians in Blackburn as a result of coronavirus has been called 'unfair' by a youth worker and an anti-racism activist
Blackburn with Darwen recorded the highest infection rate in England per 100,000 people last week.