Earlier lockdown could have saved lives of London bus drivers, says report Sarah Boseley, The Guardian

This article refers to a report by the UCL Institute of Health Equity on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on London Bus Drivers.


“Driving a bus, coach or taxi is among the frontline occupations associated with increased risk of death from Covid-19. Because London was an early centre of the pandemic, it is likely that the increased risk among London bus drivers is associated with exposure,”

Professor Sir Michael Marmot 


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Read the full 'London Bus Drivers Review'.

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