COVID-19 case numbers dropped in England during its second national lockdown, Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday.
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There were 521,300 cases in the community in England in the week to November 28, compared to 633,000 the week before. That equates to 1 in 105 people having COVID-19, compared to 1 in 85 a week earlier, the ONS said.
England started a second national lockdown on November 5 which ended on December 2. There is a lag between public health measures being taken and the impact on case numbers.
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