Should we be concerned over Covid case rises? | Jamie Jenkins discusses

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‘If we follow the course of South Africa and Portugal with no new interventions, we should be seeing this potentially pass in a couple of weeks.’

Jamie Jenkins discusses whether we should be concerned over Covid case rises across the UK.

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