Britain is “on a knife edge” and saw a small rise in those cases in July, as the restrictions of the lock-ease, the highest government scientific leader warned.
Sage, a member of sir Jeremy Farrar added the British would struggle to tell the difference between colds and coronavirus with the second wave Covid-19, most likely in the winter
He said the country has only 48 hours to break the chain of transmission or error can re-spread out of control.
But Britain “can prevent a national catastrophe” in March and April recurring he said, but without the “infrastructure”, then “a very unpleasant rebound” is likely in October and November.
With the second spikes of the infection in Europe, including Germany, sir Jeremy said: “I think that we will see rebounds” in “certain situations,” pointing at the flash at meat as an example.
He also predicted that Britain could see a slight increase in cases in the first week of July as the lock removes.
Speaking on the show bi-Bi-si Andrew Marr on Sunday, he said: “in the next three months are absolutely critical.
“We are on a knife edge”.
Sir Jeremy warned more people could lose their lives, especially if we fail to learn the lessons of spring.
“We have to move ahead of the pandemic. Once you get over it, you lose it – that’s what happened in the UK.
“We were too slow, the epidemic took off.”
It comes as crowds of people descended on beaches, including in Bournemouth last week, the heat and hundreds of people attended an illegal rave in London over the weekend.
And Boris Johnson preparing to resume the pubs, hotels, campgrounds, hair salons, restaurants and churches in England from the 4th of July.
All students must also return to school in September.
According to the Prime Minister, meanwhile, there may be local isolation in case the virus spikes – with health officials are already closely monitoring the outbreak in Leicester.
At the opening of the sectors of the economy sir Jeremy, the Director of the “Wellcome trust”, said: “there is zero risk in this.
“We are not at the stage when the virus is gone.
“To try and stop, try and stay in small numbers.
“Don’t get caught indoors in large groups of people from a large number of households”.
Sir Jeremy went on to talk realistic restrictions were lifted in late may and early June, and he expects more in the first week of July as a result.
“We are on a knife edge, this is a very dangerous situation, especially in England at the moment, and I expect we’d see more new cases in the coming weeks,” he said.
Potentially the Leicester course on insulation, he said the key to preventing another widespread outbreak quickly responding when lifting cases.
“Then you’re in a good position if there are local outbreaks, you can respond locally and you can prevent the national catastrophe that occurred in March and April.
“That’s the key, using do in June, July and August, cleverly, making sure that everything is in its place and to learn the lessons of February and March.”
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