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UK cases drop 60% due to vaccines, lockdown – The Tribune

The Imperial College study conducts swab tests on a random sample of people across England each month

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London, April 8
Britain’s COVID-19 vaccination programme is beginning to break the link between infection and serious illness or death, according to the latest results from an ongoing study of the pandemic in England.
Researchers at Imperial College London found that COVID-19 infections dropped about 60 per cent in March as national lockdown measures slowed the spread of the virus. People 65 and older were least likely to be infected as they benefited most from the vaccination programme, which initially…

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