London — Boris Johnson’s government must have tough new measures in place to curb the spread of coronavirus between the end of England’s lockdown and the potential rollout of a vaccine, doctors said.

The British Medical Association (BMA), which represents medics in the UK, warned on Wednesday that lifting the lockdown on December 2 without beefed-up regional restrictions risked a fresh surge in infections that would leave hospitals and family doctors “overwhelmed” and “unable to provide even the most critical of patient care”...

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