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If we’ve vaccinated 4 million of the most vulnerable, and nearly 100,000 have sadly died already, surely at some point soon deaths and hospitalisations as a result of Covid will fall steeply. Maybe very steeply. If not, why not? And as the government plans on rolling out 24/7 vaccination centres, can we expect to see this decline quicken? Simply put, when will people stop dying of Covid?
editor and invited expert
Professor Irene Peterson
Professor of Epidemiology and Health Informatics, UCL