Coronavirus infections double in a week in England with 17,000 new cases every day – BBC News

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    The number of coronavirus cases in England has doubled in a week – with the North East, North West and Yorkshire & the Humber the worst affected areas, according to the latest data. The Office for National Statistics estimates that one in 240 people in England had the virus in the last week of September – with more than 17,000 people catching it every day. Jane Hill presents BBC News at Ten reporting by health editor Hugh Pym.

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