'We're exiting lockdown with a larger number of deaths than when we actually entered it'

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'We're exiting lockdown with a larger number of deaths than when we actually entered it'

'We're exiting lockdown with a larger number of deaths than when we actually entered it'

Professor Devi Sridhar says England is “exiting lockdown with a larger number of deaths” than when the country first entered lockdown .

She believes it is “inevitable” that there will be a rise in #COVID19 infections as a result of the easing of lockdown.

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