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Coronavirus: Leading consultant over 10,000 dead says UK may have the worst impact in Europe – BBC News


Currently, 10,612 people have died in a UK hospital following a coronavirus positive. The figures do not include deceased persons in care homes or in the community. Secretary of Health Matt Hancock called the day “a little off.” A leading government scientific adviser said the UK will become one of the most affected countries in Europe. Sir James Farrar said the UK had lessons to learn from countries like Germany, which tested and isolated infected people on a mass scale. The government has also been further criticized for not providing enough protective clothing to first-class workers. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson is thankful for being released from the NHS after being released from hospital. Clive Myrie presents it in BBC News’ David Shukman of Science Editor and Political Reporter Ben Wright’s Ten.

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