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Other countries have developed and used alert level systems effectively in the management of COVID-19. So why is the UK struggling?
Given the role of the north of England as a key battleground at the general election last year and the current focus on the region as a result of the pandemic, it is hard to see it falling down the political agenda any time soon.
Depending on how things go, we may look back at the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme as the first step towards a second coronavirus lockdown, for the half-price discount scheme didn’t encourage a “return to normal”; it encouraged extravagant levels of eating out.
De-funding Public Health England is not the answer. We need to learn lessons from the coronavirus response before making radical decisions.
The new lockdown measures are the consequence of a surge of coronavirus cases caused largely by people “not abiding to social distancing,” according to the Health Secretary. Here are the new restrictions.
Second waves of coronavirus cases are far more likely to be driven by poverty and economic necessity.