COVID-19 but that the summer is the best time to reopen and that continued lockdown would impact lives and livelihoods. Daily reported cases are over 40,000 for the first time since January, and a closely watched prevalence survey showed that as many as 1 in 95 people in England might have been infected with COVID-19 in the week to July 10. "We are not by any means out of the woods yet on this," Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said late on Thursday during a webinar hosted by the Science Museum https://bit.ly/3z5Zs0i.
He added that the doubling time for hospitalisations was around three weeks, and that low numbers of people in hospital with COVID-19 currently could rise to serious levels over the next couple of months. "It doesn't