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Go local: The key to controlling the COVID-19 pandemic in the post lockdown era

  title={Go local: The key to controlling the COVID-19 pandemic in the post lockdown era},
  author={Isabel Bennett and Jobie Budd and Erin M. Manning and Ed Manley and Mengdie Zhuang and Ingemar J. Cox and Michael J. Short and Anne M. Johnson and Deenan Pillay and Rachel A. McKendry},
The UK government announced its first wave of lockdown easing on 10 May 2020, two months after the non-pharmaceutical measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 were first introduced on 23 March 2020. Analysis of reported case rate data from Public Health England and aggregated and anonymised crowd level mobility data shows variability across local authorities in the UK. A locality-based approach to lockdown easing is needed, enabling local public health and associated health and social care… 
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