NHS could escape winter crisis as UK almost free of flu & Covid rates falling across UK

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BRITAIN is almost free of flu with a 90 per cent drop in cases, boosting hopes the NHS will escape a winter crisis. It comes with Covid infections rates falling amid signs the peak of the second wave is over. The figures suggest hospitals will avoid being overwhelmed by a feared Covid and flu double […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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