‘Don’t Panic’ Professors Questioned On The Rise In Covid Cases In England Sparking Concern | GMB

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1 in 60 people had covid last week as figures show that Covid cases in England are at their highest level since January. Cases among school-age children and teenagers are at their highest level since autumn 2020, with 1 in 12 children aged 11 to 16 infected. Some schools have reintroduced mandatory masks and social distancing while others are closing early ahead of half term. England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has warned that the NHS faced an ‘exceptionally difficult’ winter. So is now the time for Plan B?

Broadcast on 19/10/21

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