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Stockport bracing for surge of Covid hospital admissions, says health chief

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Sign up to the MyStockport newsletter to keep up with all the top stories Health leaders in Stockport are bracing for a wave of new Covid-19 hospitalisations in the aftermath of most legal lockdown measures coming to an end.

That’s according to Jennifer Connolly, the borough’s director of public health — who has also asked residents to continue their efforts to stop the spread of the virus, as has deputy council leader Tom McGee.

Her warning comes after the borough’s infection rate remained at its highest ever level, at 607.7 cases per 100,000 residents. READ MORE: New Covid variant detected in the UK as Public Health England issue statement “Covid-19 cases are still very high across Greater Manchester, and are currently higher than at

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