Covid-19: has the UK already achieved collective immunity?


THE CHEKING PROCESS – 72% of Britons are immune to Covid. But is it enough to stop the virus from spreading?

THE QUESTION. Is the United Kingdom seeing the end of the Covid-19 epidemic a few weeks ahead (at least) of its European neighbors? After being forced into confinement last January, the country is on track to reach the collective immunity threshold. This is an article published in the Telegraph Last Thursday, based on models from University College London (UCL), which announced the good news: nearly 72% of Britons are now immune. What to approach the near future in a very serene way. But is this protection really sufficient?

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