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England’s third lockdown sees ‘no evidence of decline’ in Covid rates, study says – CNBC

The findings of the preprint report come shortly after the U.K. recorded another all-time high of coronavirus deaths.



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Medics take a patient from an ambulance into the Royal London hospital in London on January 19, 2021.
LONDON A third national lockdown in England appears to have had little impact on the rising rate of coronavirus infections, according to the findings of a major study, with “no evidence of decline” in the prevalence of the virus during the first 10 days of tougher restrictions.
The closely-watched REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London, warned that health services would remain under “extreme…

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