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Is Covid-19 a nosocomial infection?

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© Getty Images FT Alphaville has, like many others, been questioning the often confusing and sometimes contradictory approach the UK government has been taking to battling coronavirus. There’s a lot of stuff that simply does not make sense. For instance, introducing quarantine measures at the end of the lockdown rather at the beginning. Or allowing ...

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