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Cambridge City Council says it will be suspending the eviction of council tenants, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The council said the move was in order to protect tenants who were sick, self-isolating or suffering from financial hardship as a result of the virus.
Councillor Richard Johnson, executive councillor for housing at the Labour-run authority, said: "The council remains committed to continuing its financial support services to our most vulnerable residents who are affected during this time.
“We are working hard to operate a service which is as near as possible to ‘business as usual’ for these customers."
Tenants in need of support were invited to call the council on 01223 457000 to discuss their concerns.