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Hard to say why COVID-19 cases not levelling off at same rate across Britain: science adviser

Reuters Wednesday, 15 April 2020
It is hard to say why the number of people in hospital beds with COVID-19 is dropping faster in London than elsewhere in Britain, a government science adviser said on Wednesday.
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