COVID-19: Is the third wave nearly in retreat?

Sky News published this video item, entitled “COVID-19: Is the third wave nearly in retreat?” – below is their description.

Why are infection rates falling?

Sky’s science correspondent Thomas Moore takes a closer look at the data, following a sixth consecutive daily fall in case numbers.

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