Coronavirus 15-04 | More then 2.050.000 cases, 137.000 dead
The government’s daily stats and graphs tell one story about how coronavirus has impacted the UK - but the data reveals much more.
Each day a government minister, flanked by scientists and officials, reveals the latest data on how severe the UK’s coronavirus pandemic has become.
But other data, such as that revealed by the Office for National Statistics, adds vital context and information to the story told by the government.
Has the profound attempt to protect the NHS from being overwhelmed by coronavirus had a secondary impact on medical care more generally?
James Clayton reports and Kirsty Wark is joined by former health minister Philip Dunne MP, and LSE Assistant Professor in Global Health Clare Wenham.