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US News Coronavirus pandemic could be over in the UK by September 30: Scientific model predicts virus will continue its steady decline with NO second wave

00:11  24 may  2020
00:11  24 may  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Coronavirus could be completely wiped out in the UK on September 30, according to modelling from scientists. 

A team at the Singapore University of Technology plotted data from the pandemic to pinpoint the date cases will die out in countries hardest hit by the disease.

They predict a total eradication of the bug in Britain with no new cases - or a second wave - at all from the end of September.

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By plotting the acceleration and deceleration rates of each country's outbreak, the scientists have conjured up a prediction of when the virus will wane.

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This positive news out amid the crisis, which has killed thousands and placed millions under lockdown, will come as relief for many.

Britain today announced 282 more coronavirus deaths, including a 12-year-old with an undisclosed underlying health condition - taking the UK's total fatalities to 36,675.

However, researchers noted the predictions by nature are likely to be uncertain due to the complexity of the virus as well as other factors including the restrictions and testing protocols in place in a country. 

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'Over-optimism based on some predictions is dangerous because it may loosen our disciplines and controls and cause the turnaround of the virus and infection, and must be avoided.' 

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