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COVID data is complex and changeable – expecting the public to heed it as restrictions ease is optimistic

By Manuel León Urrutia, Senior Teaching Fellow, Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton
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Throughout the pandemic, public health decisions have been based on the government’s interpretation of data. With COVID restrictions lifting in England on Monday July 19, that onus will now fall primarily on the general public – and the news media that keeps them informed.

The success of this shift from government responsibility to…

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