What will happen to covid-19 cases in winter and how can we prepare?

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So, all we approaching the nightmare before Christmas Boris Johnson conceded that family festivities this year or under threat. That's after imposing a blanket ban on social meetings of more than six people. The prime minister said, it was too early to say large gatherings would be possible this winter and chief medical officer professor. Chris Witty even suggested the tough new lockdown measures could last until next spring for Monday. If you break the so-called rule of six, you'll be liable to a hundred pounds fine and they'll be new enforcement of social distancing in pubs, restaurants, and other venues to we've got a roundup of everything we know about how you'll daily life will be affected. The PM said he had no choice but to bring in the new law in the face of rising corona virus cases, he had chance to prevent, but we've got a data analysis. It shows millions of people will be affected in areas where virus rights are actually low and falling.

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