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COVID-19 prevalence in England dropped in March, but decline flattening off: study – Reuters

The prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England dropped steeply in March, a closely watched survey said on Thursday, but in a note of caution it also showed that…

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By Reuters Staff
LONDON (Reuters) – The prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England dropped steeply in March, a closely watched survey said on Thursday, but in a note of caution it also showed that the drop in infections had slowed.
The REACT study, run by Imperial College London, found that infections fell by approximately 60% from the last study in February, with only 1 in 500 people infected.
However, the study found that the speed of decline started to plateau in mid-March. Schools reopened…

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