The deputy chief medical officer for England, Dr Jenny Harries, has said restrictions could remain in place for up to six months, and that lifting them too soon would risk a second wave of infection. She said the current measures would be reviewed three weeks after implementation. ‘We actually anticipate our numbers will get worse over the next week, possibly two, and then we are looking to see whether we have managed to push that curve down and we start to see a decline,’ she said



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