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Covid prevalence in England dropped by almost two-thirds in just two months – Wales Online

Experts found that the rate of infection fell in all age groups and regions

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The prevalence of coronavirus cases in England dropped by around 60% from February to March, with recent data suggesting the decline is levelling off, researchers have said.
Experts found that the rate of infection fell in all age groups and regions across those two months, with figures also indicating that the vaccine rollout could be breaking the link between infections, deaths and hospital admissions.
According to the latest round of the Real-Time Assessment of Community Transmission (React-1)…

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