Will the UK really have the highest coronavirus death toll in Europe, as a US study suggests?

Tributes have been paid to the country's National Health Service and other essential workers as they help the country through the crisis. Image: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Jeremy Rossman

Honorary Senior Lecturer in Virology and President of Research-Aid Networks, University of Kent


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The new modelling suggests the UK could have 66,314 deaths from COVID-19. Image: University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
The UK's government decision to introduced physical distancing measures, was in part based on a model by Imperial College. Image: Neil Hall/EPA

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