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Sir Jeremy Farrar predicted a 'true second wave' would come in October while Sir Mark Walport said cold, damp conditions would help the virus - and both men urged the government to prepare to stop it Sir Jeremy Farrar predicted a 'true second wave' would come in October while Sir Mark Walport said cold, damp conditions would help the virus - and both men urged the government to prepare to stop it

Coronavirus SAGE experts warn UK is headed for deadly second wave this winter - Mirror Online

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Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust research charity and a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), said he was worried about a second spike.Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust research charity and a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), said he was worried about a second spike.

Britain is 'on a knife edge' in coronavirus crisis, SAGE scientist warns | Daily Mail Online

The UK is on a "knife edge" with the next few months set to be "critical" in managing the risk of a second peak of coronavirus, an expert has warned. Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust, said he is “worried” about a possible spike in Covid-19 infections ahead of further lockdown easing next month, warning that the country was in a "precarious" position. The UK is on a "knife edge" with the next few months set to be "critical" in managing the risk of a second peak of coronavirus, an expert has warned. Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome

UK on a 'knife edge' with next few months 'critical' in managing risk of second coronavirus peak, expert says | London Evening Standard

The UK is “on a knife edge” and likely to see an increase in cases in coming weeks, a top government adviser has warned.Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust and a member of the ScientificThe UK is “on a knife edge” and likely to see an increase in cases in coming weeks, a top government adviser has warned.Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust and a member of the Scientific

Sir Jeremy Farrar says that the UK is in an extremely precarious situation as lockdown measures are lifted - and a second wave could erupt as early as SeptemberSir Jeremy Farrar says that the UK is in an extremely precarious situation as lockdown measures are lifted - and a second wave could erupt as early as September

Britain 'on knife-edge' of new lockdown as threat of second wave looms - Daily Star

Sir Jeremy Farrar concerned that easing of restrictions in May will result in 'very nasty' virus rebound in winterSir Jeremy Farrar concerned that easing of restrictions in May will result in 'very nasty' virus rebound in winter

Britain on coronavirus 'knife edge', Sage adviser warns, with spike in  infections expected by July

Medical researcher Sir Jeremy Farrar says the next three months are critical in the fight against Covid-19 in the UK Medical researcher Sir Jeremy Farrar says the next three months are critical in the fight against Covid-19 in the UK

Warning over 'very nasty rebound' of coronavirus in winter if next few months are not used 'sensibly' - Grimsby Live

Sir Jeremy Farrar said there was a real danger of the virus spreading faster.Sir Jeremy Farrar said there was a real danger of the virus spreading faster.

Coronavirus: Government scientific adviser 'worried' about spike in cases within weeks

Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust research charity and a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), said he was worried about a second spike.

Britain is 'on a knife edge' in coronavirus crisis and could face a severe second wave in winter when people won't be able to tell Covid-19 from a cold, SAGE scientist warns