“There is very limited room for manoeuvre,” an unnamed scientific adviser said
Scientific advisers to the UK government have reportedly warned that the country could suffer more than 100,000 deaths by the end of the year if lockdown measures are relaxed too quickly.
The Sunday Times reports that the government was warned about the potential death toll early last week, reports the BBC.
"There is very limited room for manoeuvre," an unnamed scientific adviser said
UK PM Boris Johnson will make a speech to the nation on Sunday evening and is expected to set out a "roadmap" for easing the restrictions.