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Almost 100,000 people are catching coronavirus every day in England, a significant analysis recommends.
The study, by Imperial College London, states the pace of the epidemic is speeding up and approximates the number of individuals infected is now doubling every 9 days.
The authors state we are at a “crucial phase” and “something needs to change”.
France and Germany have turned to forms of lockdown to control the virus.
The UK government is adhering to its regional technique.
Experts are alerting that we are fast approaching the peak in infections seen in the spring.
The React-1 study is highly prominent because it is the most updated assessment of Covid-19 in the nation, with the last swabs taken only on Sunday and almost 86,000 volunteers participating.
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