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Covid: England’s virus levels ‘may have risen’ in January – BBC News

Researchers warn that unless something changes, hospitals will continue to face significant pressure.



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Scientists tracking the spread of coronavirus in England say infection levels in the community may have risen at the start of the latest lockdown.
Swab tests indicate 1.58% had the virus during the period 6-15 January, with the highest level, 2.8%, in London.
The Imperial College London researchers conclude health services will remain under extreme pressure.
Ministers say the report does not yet reflect the impact of England’s national lockdown.
The past few days have seen
a slowdown in daily cases…

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