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Leicester lockdown: Mobile testing units sent in as urgent alert issued over new spike

Sir Jeremy Farrar, who is a member of the Government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), has admitted he is “worried” about a possible spike in coronavirus infections and warned the UK is on a “knife edge”.

He told the BBC: “In truth, the restrictions started to to be lifted towards the end of May, the beginning of June, around that bank holiday.

“I would predict, I would guess, that we will start to see a few increases in cases towards the end of June or the first week of July.

“We’re on a knife edge, it’s very precarious the situation, particularly in England at the moment, and I would anticipate we would see an increase in new cases over the coming weeks.”

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