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COVID-19: The three days in April that may have fuelled UK outbreak of Indian coronavirus variant


If the new Indian variant does install itself as the main variant of COVID-19 in this country; if it does lead to more cases and in turn more deaths - and both of those remain big ifs - the question of how this happened is likely to focus on three days in April. And it's a question that has grown more pertinent - Prof Chris Whitty said that over time the new variant is indeed expected to become the dominant strain in the UK, while the prime minister said that it could cause 'serious disruption' to the planned roadmap out of lockdown in June. The spotlight will likely fall not just on the scientists advising the prime minister, but on Boris Johnson himself.

Sky News - May 15, 2021

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