Public Health England: 'UK learning to live with Covid'


Vaccination, testing and new treatments should mean fewer restrictions and lower chances of lockdowns if Covid infections increase, Susan Hopkins of Public Health England told the Andrew Marr programme.

Professor Hopkins did not rule further lockdowns this winter if the NHS becomes overwhelmed, but said that new ways of managing the virus that were not available last winter could soften the impact of a third wave.



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