Coronavirus cases could hit 100,000 a day this winter, says Javid

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Ministers will do ‘what it takes’ to ensure the NHS is not overwhelmed this winter, Sajid Javid has promised  as he said the number of new Covid infections across the UK could hit a record 100,000 a day. The health secretary said the government would not heed the NHS Confederation’s call to implement ‘plan B’ measures such as mandatory mask wearing ‘at this time’, but that ministers would be ‘staying vigilant, preparing for all eventualities’

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