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What can the UK government do to stave off a third Covid wave?

From delaying step four of roadmap, closing schools and speeding up vaccine doses, we look at the options

The coronavirus variant first identified in India is now dominant in the UK. Data is emerging that suggests it is substantially more transmissible than the one first detected in Kent last year, and may increase the risk of hospital admissions and renders vaccines somewhat less effective, particularly after the first dose.

Although cases of the Delta variant are rising rapidly across the country, hospital admissions are yet to follow suit, but scientists say that could start to change if it is as infectious and harmful as the early data suggests.

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