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Third Sage member warns too soon to lift lockdownProfessor Peter Horby, chair of the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (Nervtag) and a Sage member, said Britain could not afford to lose control of the virus.
“We really can’t go back to a situation where we’ve got the numbers of cases and deaths we’ve had in the past,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, adding that a test, trace and isolate system needed to be in place. “As we know, it’s not yet fully operational so that is where the risk lies,” he said.
Echoing Professor John Edmunds’ warning, he added: “You know, we have still got 8,000 cases a day. We have been very successful in bringing it down, decreasing the numbers because of the social distancing.
“But, you will have heard that the R level is between 0.7 and 0.9, so it’s only a bit below one, so, we have got very little headroom, actually. And, it’s really important that we use that headroom very wisely and we don’t lose control again.”