By Chris Kidd • 01 November 2020 • 7:18
UK Government Coronavirus Strategy has Failed as SAGE scientist announces the virus is “running riot”.
One of the UK Governments Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) advisory scientists, Professor Calum Semple, has announced that the coronavirus is “running riot” with hospital admissions skyrocketing and women between 20-40 more likely to be infected due to a high proportion working in frontline jobs
SAGE scientists have hit out at the Governments lack of action in spite of the group advising circuit breaker lockdowns weeks ago. On BBC Radio 4, one of the scientists has identified that the Covid-19 infection is now running rampant across all age groups and that a critical point is upon the UK.
A number of the scientists have already expressly announced that the Three Tier system, which Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Government preferred over a national lockdown, has failed.
The UK will now enter a full national lockdown for England in the hopes of once again curbing the spread of the Sar-Cov-2 pandemic in the UK.
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