Returning to normalcy in the short term is a “completely unrealistic hope”. That’s the warning from the UK government’s chief medical adviser.
Professor Chris Whitty said that at least until a distant year, social policy will be needed. He said the vaccine or other effective treatment for the coronavirus was ready, “very small.”
Meanwhile, there is concern about the potential impact of the virus on care. Officials fear 2,000 people could be killed in England alone. In Scotland, a third of people who died after contracting the virus were in care homes.
Huw Edwards has presented BBC News David Shukman’s Ten Reports to Science Editor, political editor Laura Kuenssberg and Social Affairs correspondent Alison Holt.
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