There is a mixture of variants in circulation, and signs of vaccine fatigue in the population
After two winters of Covid anguish, one would be forgiven for viewing the shortening of days with a sense of trepidation. It would not be entirely misplaced.
According to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), about one in 70 people in the community in England – an estimated 766,500 individuals – had Covid in the week ending 14 September, up from 705,800 people, or one in 75, the week before.
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