England has seen its first confirmed on-site coronavirus ‘cluster’ – and it has happened in the constituency of Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
Samuel Ward school in Haverhill has seen five teachers all infected within the first week of re-opening – and with no tracing started, the number is expected to climb.
Hancock has said he is ‘concerned’ at the news that the rate of new cases is climbing – in fact it is now rocketing and the consequences have been seen right on his doorstep.
And Tory policies are intentionally taking the UK into a second wave – one that is likely to inflict a horrifying death toll as the renewed outbreak moves from younger people where it is beginning, into the older population.
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