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COVID-19 prevalence in England dropping at slower rate

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Researchers at Imperial College London have stated that the prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England has declined since January; however, the rate of decline has slowed and cases might even be rising in some areas.

The national prevalence was estimated at 0.49%, which has come down by two-thirds from the figure of 1.57% in January, reported researchers, adding that in comparison with interim findings for February, the estimated prevalence had increased in London and the South-East, besides the East and West Midlands. The study, called REACT-1, is one of England’s biggest prevalence surveys. Over 165,400 volunteers were tested from February 4-23 to estimate infection prevalence in the general population… (Reuters, March 4, 2021)
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