Covid 19 infection rates have been falling across the UK as a result of the national lockdown. Thanks to the NHS the vaccination programme is making good progress and so far appears to be reaching their expected targets.
The national lockdown has helped to stop the spread of covid-19. This has resulted in a reduction in the number of people admitted to hospital with serious Covid 19 related illnesses.
This should not be treated lightly as the threat of the pandemic and once the lockdown conditions are lifted there are still major unresolved challenges which could result in the R rate and mortality levels rising.
Many local and regional public health teams don’t have the tools available to tackle outbreaks despite large numbers of the public believing so.
The Covid 19 virus has the potential to spread very quickly which could result in the virus once again being out of…
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