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5 March 2021 — Press release
Millions more children and young people will have access to significantly expanded mental health services, backed by £79 million.
4 March 2021 — Press release
Findings from Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI show infections fell by two-thirds from the last REACT-1 report in January, with 1 in 204 people infected
NHS Test and Trace successfully reached 88.5% of cases and 93.3% of their contacts, while nearly a million rapid lateral flow tests were carried out in educational settings.
3 March 2021 — Guidance
Coronavirus cases are rising rapidly across the country. Find out what you can and cannot do.
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