Covid-19 UK: Health chiefs issue advice not to see elderly relatives if feeling unwell


Dr Susan Hopkins, chief medical advisor at the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), says people feeling unwell should avoid seeing their relatives and wear face masks

Dr Susan Hopkins, chief medical advisor at the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), says people feeling unwell should avoid seeing their relatives and wear face masks

Britons who feel unwell have been urged to avoid seeing their elderly relatives and wear face masks again due to Covid’s resurgence.

The number of virus-infected patients in hospital has hit a two-month high, piling even more pressure on an already-crippled NHS.

Experts fear the situation will continue to spiral in the…



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