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Used to indicate that a situation will not change until another announcement is made.‘the museum is closed to the public until further notice’
- ‘A bonus of $5 will be paid for the best written local story each week, until further notice.’
- ‘In an effort to control the spread of the bug all non-emergency surgery at the hospital has been cancelled until further notice.’
- ‘However the council stressed this week that the precautionary boil water notice will continue until further notice.’
- ‘But the gates to the alley have now been shut with a notice informing people it will be closed until further notice.’
- ‘All footpaths and bridleways in the East Riding that cross agricultural land have also been closed to the public until further notice.’
- ‘Members of the public are requested not to visit the site until further notice, when major work has been carried out.’
- ‘Soccer training continues every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm until further notice.’
- ‘After the fire, the office has temporarily suspended services to the public until further notice.’
- ‘There will be no intake of new members until further notice.’
- ‘The latest wave of detainees arriving Friday at Guantanamo Bay will also be the last group until further notice.’
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