Some plateauing of London coronavirus outbreak, UK says
LONDON It will take a week or two before Britain’s sociable distancing adjustments begin to transmute into lower hospitalization costs fact is that there has long been a serving of a plateauing in London in recent days, NHS England Medical Director Stephen Powis said.
“There is reason to be hopeful that some of the changes we are observing in infections and perhaps in hospitalizations is now reflecting the benefit of the social distancing,” he advised a news conference.
“It will be a week or two before the measures that are put in place translate into lower hospitalization rates. But … in London in the last few days there has been a bit of a plateauing in terms of numbers.”