Families and communities have been divided by lockdown restrictions on the border between Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Many have been left confused as those on the Derbyshire side are free of the tighter restrictions imposed on Nottinghamshire following a dangerous outbreak of coronavirus.
For those who live in border towns like Long Eaton and Sandiacre, the implementation of new rules is made more unsettling by the fact that families have been split apart.
Among them is 21-year-old Amy Keen who lives and works in Long Eaton but has elderly grandparents who live in Beeston.
The officer worker said: "Until they launch that
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