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"They are all rules for all of us" England's deputy chief medical officer Jenny Harries says she agrees with Prof Jonathan Van-Tam's comments about people obeying lockdown rules

"If [deaths are] genuinely plateauing, yes we should be very concerned... we have to keep applying the social distancing measures," says England's deputy chief medical officer Jenny Harries "It is a critical time, we need to be very careful"

Amid controversy over Boris Johnson's top adviser Dominic Cummings, who has denied breaking #coronavirus  lockdown rules, UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps and deputy chief medical officer for England Dr Jenny Harries give a briefing on #Covid19  in the UK

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps and deputy chief medical officer for England, Dr Jenny Harries will both feature at today's Downing Street briefing.

Amid controversy over Boris Johnson's top adviser Dominic Cummings, who has denied breaking #coronavirus  lockdown rules, UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps and deputy chief medical officer for England Dr Jenny Harries give a briefing on #Covid19  in the UK

"For a very small change in [the infection rate] from opening up schools… you wouldn't want to stop children's education" Dr Jenny Harries, deputy chief medical officer for England, says other interventions may be more important way to reduce infections

Young children will still socially distance at school, England's deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries says

Will you be comfortable ignoring doctors if cases are high in June? BBC’s@branwenjeffreys  asks SAGE has "very strong input" from doctors advising about schools reopening, says Dr Jenny Harries, deputy chief medical officer for England Latest:

England's deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries on hygiene interventions in educational settings.

Fascinating detail from Dr Jenny Harries about the range of school reopening scenarios being modelled by the Sage Committee and how the government’s plan for England has what is seen as a minimal impact on the reproduction rate of the virus @BBCOne  @BBCNews  @bbc5live 

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Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England acknowledges there was a change of policy on virus testing in March partly because there was not enough capacity. Dr Jenny Harries told the Commons Health Select Committee that “if we had unlimited capacity we would have done differently”.

England's deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries on the importance of considering the long-term impact of children not being at school.

'It doesn't matter what age you are, you should be staying at home.' After both a 21-year-old and 19-year-old with no underlying health conditions died in the past week, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England Jenny Harries says nobody should be complacent during the lockdown

For those seeking a swift return of sports events, England's deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries says forms of lockdown/distancing measures could be in place around for 6 months - reviewed every 3 weeks

"The good news is, the early evidence that we have suggests the virus doesn't pass... from mum to baby" Dr Jenny Harries, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England gives advice to expectant mothers #BBCYourQuestions  #CoronavirusPandemic 

"You have to be careful not to be comparing too precisely" Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England Jenny Harries, urges caution when comparing UK deaths to Italy's rates

"It stays longer on hard surfaces" Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, Dr Jenny Harries says coronavirus "is very easy to clean" but it's important to dispose of any cleaning material after use #BBCYourQuestions  #CoronavirusPandemic 

"Normally you're ill for about a week" Dr Jenny Harries, Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England says once people have had coronavirus, it's "very unlikely they'll get it again" #BBCYourQuestions  #CoronavirusPandemic 

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