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Did Britain’s coronavirus crisis peak BEFORE lockdown? Leading expert argues hand-washing drive had already halved infections and hails Sweden – which stayed open – for avoiding ‘doomsday scenario’
- Oxford University Professor Carl Heneghan said outbreak peaked back in March
- He said data showed this but ministers had ‘lost sight’ of the scientific evidence
- Professor Heneghan hailed Sweden for ‘holding its nerve’ during the pandemic
- Sweden’s infection and death rates far lower than UK’s and its economy is stable
- Learn more about how to help people impacted by COVID
PUBLISHED: 12:22, 20 April 2020 | UPDATED: 12:46, 20 April 2020
Carl Heneghan, a professor of medicine at Oxford University, claims the UK’s coronavirus outbreak peaked a week before lockdown and that draconian measures were unnecessary
The UK’s coronavirus outbreak peaked a week before lockdown, according to a leading expert who argues the draconian measures were unnecessary.
Carl Heneghan, professor of evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, claims data shows infection rates halved after the Government launched a hand-washing drive and recommend people keep two metres apart on March 16.
He said ministers ‘lost sight’ of the evidence and rushed into a nationwide quarantine six days later after being instructed by scientific advisers who have been ‘consistently wrong’ during the crisis. ‘
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