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Act Early Or Face 'Consequences': Experts Warn UK Govt Against Rising COVID Cases

U.K's scientific advisers have warned the government to act as early as possible to contain the rising spread of the Coronavirus infections, failing to do so would invite harsher measures this winter. On October 21, Covid-19 cases in the UK exceeded 52,000, the highest since July. Moreover, several experts who have advised ministers during pandemic raised concerns about the government's future approach to introduce plan 'B' as soon as possible.

Fri, 22 Oct 2021 - 09:03 PM / by SAM RAHUL RAJA…

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