Hospital admissions in the UK are growing rapidly, especially in the north of England, warning that in some areas they are returning to the levels seen at the peak of the initial pandemic. The average number of cases in England is 55 cases per 100,000 people. But in much of the north of England the situation is much worse. The Manchester area has registered 561 cases per 100,000. There are 516 per 100 miles in Liverpool. And Midlands levels are rising with Nottingham now with 440 cases per 100,000 population. He believes the government will tighten restrictions on parts of England as it is considering closing pubs and restaurants. A step-by-step approach with different levels of lock reduction for different categories will be presented. Labor has accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of failing to make clear policies to deal with the pandemic. Huw Edwards is presented at BBC News Ten by Dan Johnson in Nottingham, political editor Laura Kuenssberg and health editor Hugh Pym. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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