North West A&E doctor on why anti-lockdown protesters are 'consistently and repeatedly' wrong

  Lancashire Telegraph 

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An A&E doctor who was left 'disheartened and demoralised' after reading about one man's reasons for attending an anti-lockdown protest has spoken about the impact of Covid-19, and why he feels anti-lockdown protesters are 'cherry picking' data to fit their agendas. ▶ Full story on lancashiretelegraph.co.uk
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