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‘No doubt’ about further Covid wave warns UK’s top statistics chief

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Covid-19 infections in the autumn.Professor Sir Ian Diamond, head of the Office for National Statistics (ONS), also said there is a lot of regional variation in terms of how many people have antibodies.His comments come after England's chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty said there were still risks to reopening society and the UK will experience another surge of cases at some point, potentially in late summer or through the autumn and winter.Sir Ian said people need to understand how the data is moving forward and look at the impact of the "wonderful" vaccine rollout."But having said that, we need also to recognise that this is a virus that isn't going to go away," he told The Andrew Marr Show on BBC One."And I have no doubt that.

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