Lock up kitty, walk clockwise, kill music: welcome to ...


Lock up kitty, walk clockwise, kill music: welcome to post-lockdown life

Experts have come up with 275 ideas to stop coronavirus spreading after restrictions are eased

Sarah Knapton

Banning pet cats from roaming outdoors, making shoppers pick up products with tongs and insisting people walk clockwise around parks, are among 275 suggestions made by Cambridge University to reduce the spread of coronavirus after lockdown.

A team of biosecurity and conservation experts has trawled through measures adopted by other countries, as well as coming up with new ideas, to help people avoid contamination.

They suggest that café owners could open outdoor areas only at first, and that pedestrians should be urged to walk on the right side of the pavement and only be allowed to enter parks at specific times of the day, depending on their age...

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