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Is it too risky to lift lockdown early in the UK? It depends on the kind of risk

By Claire Field, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Stirling
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On Sunday May 2, only one person in the UK died from COVID-19. It’s a remarkable achievement after a terrifying winter spike in the disease which saw the UK rack up one of the highest per-capita death tolls in the world. Now, after a long lockdown, even previously cautious epidemiologists are feeling encouraged.

So, with the death rate so low, why isn’t life back to normal yet? With deaths and cases at their lowest since…

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