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Government medic: Lockdown rules clear and apply to all

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Government medic: Lockdown rules clear and apply to all

Government medic: Lockdown rules clear and apply to all

The coronavirus rules are clear and apply to everybody, according to one of the Government’s top medics.

Deputy chief medical officer for England, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam was asked whether people in authority should obey the rules as a Government minister was asked about Dominic Cummings.


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Jonathan Van-Tam Jonathan Van-Tam British public health physician

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