Fenland Citizen letters – May 6, 2020
How can we grasp the scale of this loss?
The Government’s chief scientific adviser was asked if the final tally of British deaths could be limited to 20,000 or below when the number of people contracting Covid-19 stood at 71.
Stricter measures had just been introduced to tackle the virus. That would, he told MPs, be “a good outcome”.
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