Scientists predict date coronavirus deaths will stop - but there is a warning
Scientists have predicted the date the UK could be free of coronavirus.
According to the Daily Star, scientists at The Singapore University of Technology used complex modelling to determine when the pandemic could be over globally.
It is believed by September 30, Covid-19 could be eliminated from Britain - but a spokesperson for the university warned that 'readers must take any predictions with caution'.
They also warned that 'over-optimism based on some predicted end dates is dangerous because it may loosen our disciplines and controls and cause the turnaround of the virus and infection, and must be avoided.'
The data shows that the US might be free of the deadly bug by November 11.
Singapore has been highlighted in the prediction as the first nation to be rid of the coronavirus, as July 19 is believed to be the date researcher has released.
Next is Italy, where the crisis is expected to recede by August 12.
A leading professor at Oxford University has forecast that the UK's declining death rates could reach the stage of no fatalities being recorded on some days by the end of June.
The UK is currently at stage four in the alert system, meaning there is high transmission of Covid-19.
Researchers in Singapore have said the prediction is "uncertain" and could alter with time.
The date is also susceptible to new surges of infections caused by easing lockdown measures and people breaching the rules.
A spokesman for The Singapore University of Technology said: "The model and data are inaccurate to ...
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