Britain must not ease coronavirus restrictions too soon: Deputy CMO
LONDON Britain must not show a different side of themselves and start to raise localization on interpersonal phone until free that by the way coronavirus transmission is present in hideaway, otherwise a second weave could occur, England’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jenny Harries said on Sunday.
“The very last thing we would want to do is to have put in all of this effort, with everybody trying to do the right thing – almost everybody – across the country, and then finally lift the lid too early and we have a second spike,” she told me.
“It will waste the effort we have put in. And we will still need to get over the first hump of the epidemic curve, and then look at the detail (of restrictions).”