120,000 deaths in the second Covid wave in the UK: scientists warn of worst case – BBC News
Scientists have warned that a second wave of coronavirus cases in the UK could lead to an additional 120,000 deaths, in the worst case scenario. The report says the virus is more dangerous in the winter because it can last longer in winter conditions and because people spend more time indoors. Sophie Raworth is presented by Hugh Pym, editor of BBC News at Ten Health. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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