WARRINGTON Borough Council will hold another coronavirus leadership broadcast for the public tomorrow to discuss the town’s tier three restrictions.

It will take place virtually via the council’s website at 5pm.

The broadcast will be conducted by council leader Cllr Russ Bowden and the council’s chief executive Steven Broomhead MBE.

They will be discussing how the decision to move Warrington into tier three was made, what the new guidance and restrictions mean for residents and what the current case numbers in the town are.

From tomorrow, 00.01am on Tuesday, Warrington will move into tier three.

Last week, the council and Government agreed a support package for businesses in the town, with a funding arrangement also agreed for the council’s continued public health effort.

Cllr Bowden said: “Moving into tier three is an important next step in helping to address our stubbornly high case numbers and is another challenge we will overcome together.

“I really want to thank the people of Warrington who have given up ‘normality’ over the last seven months, because following the guidance and restrictions may very well be the reason someone else is alive today.

“To this end, in tomorrow’s broadcast, I will make clear the current position in Warrington and our hospital, what going into tier three means for our town and why it is so important we all keep playing our vital role in preventing the spread of the virus.”

You will be able to watch tomorrow’s public broadcast at 5pm via the council website.