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Covid: UK hospital cases set to rise, says health chief

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There are concerns that the number of people hospitalised with the virus will hit an 18-month high. Dame Dr Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency, said the latest increase was yet to peal. She predicted it was "quite likely" that hospitalisations will surpass the previous wave in the spring.
1 month ago·London, United Kingdom

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