Covid UK: Scientists urge social distancing improve to THREE METRES


Boris Johnson is beneath strain to extend the social distancing hole to cease the unfold of coronavirus.

Main members of the Sage scientific advisory panel need the measure raised from ‘one metre plus’ to ‘two metres plus’.

In apply this is able to change the restrict to a few metres – practically 10ft. The drastic proposal got here as a livid Matt Hancock denounced people who flout social distancing guidelines.

Talking at a Downing Avenue press convention the Well being Secretary mentioned that he would ‘not rule out additional motion if wanted.’

He was backed by Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty, who sits on Sage and mentioned it was time to ‘double down’ on Covid curbs – together with outside contact.

Requested if a three-metre rule could be imposed in England, a Downing Avenue spokesman mentioned final evening: ‘There aren’t any present plans to alter social distancing guidelines. Nevertheless, all the pieces is saved beneath evaluate.’

It got here because the nation recorded an extra 529 Covid deaths on Monday – marking a 30 per cent rise on the 407 reported on the identical day final week. 

It was the deadliest Monday since April 20 when 570 individuals misplaced their lives and it marked the worst week for deaths in Britain for the reason that pandemic started. A median of 931 individuals have misplaced their lives on every of the previous seven days, in comparison with the very best seven-day common of 920 in April’s first wave. 

However, in a optimistic signal that the UK’s hovering case load could also be leveling out, 46,169 individuals examined optimistic for the virus – down 20 per cent in per week.

As Boris Johnson additionally warned of more durable Covid-19 curbs if present restrictions have been ignored:

  • One other 529 virus deaths have been recorded yesterday, up from 407 per week earlier, with 46,169 new circumstances;
  • Seven vaccination hubs got here into use, together with London’s ExCeL and Birmingham’s Millennium Level;
  • Morrisons mentioned it will ban buyers refusing to put on face coverings;
  • Derbyshire Police cancelled £200 fines for 2 ladies penalised for driving 5 miles to go for a stroll;
  • Practically 1 / 4 of care dwelling residents have acquired their first shot of Covid vaccine;
  • Hospitals began rationing oxygen because it emerged that one in 4 coronavirus sufferers is beneath 55.

Boris Johnson is under pressure from members of the Sage scientific advisory panel to increase the social distancing gap to stop the spread of coronavirus

Boris Johnson is beneath strain from members of the Sage scientific advisory panel to extend the social distancing hole to cease the unfold of coronavirus

The distance was set at two metres in March after experts said coronavirus was up to ten times more transmissible at one metre than at two. Now experts want the public to maintain the distance on public transport, in supermarket lines and while out and about

The distance was set at two metres in March after experts said coronavirus was up to ten times more transmissible at one metre than at two. Now experts want the public to maintain the distance on public transport, in supermarket lines and while out and about

The space was set at two metres in March after consultants mentioned coronavirus was as much as ten instances extra transmissible at one metre than at two. Now consultants need the general public to keep up the space on public transport, in grocery store traces and whereas out and about

The Day by day Mail has been instructed that a number of members of Sage say the lockdown must be even more durable than the primary one in March final 12 months.

The thought of a Chinese language-style ban on residents leaving their houses was raised at one assembly.

Ministers are livid that some individuals have been utilizing their proper to every day train merely as an excuse to satisfy associates for a espresso within the park.

One supply mentioned: ‘If it means limiting individuals to a single one-hour stroll on their very own as soon as per week that’s what we should do. We can’t let a couple of egocentric idiots put the entire nation in peril.’

It’s feared that the failure to look at the restrictions is fuelling the variety of deaths and dangers hospitals changing into overwhelmed.

Growing the social distancing rule to a few metres is seen as a method of stopping the unfold of the brand new variant of the virus, which might be handed on extra simply.

Britain yesterday recorded a further 529 Covid deaths - marking a 30 per cent rise on the 407 reported on the same day last week. It is also the deadliest Monday since April 20 when 570 people lost their lives

Britain yesterday recorded a further 529 Covid deaths - marking a 30 per cent rise on the 407 reported on the same day last week. It is also the deadliest Monday since April 20 when 570 people lost their lives

Britain yesterday recorded an extra 529 Covid deaths – marking a 30 per cent rise on the 407 reported on the identical day final week. It’s also the deadliest Monday since April 20 when 570 individuals misplaced their lives

Opponents of the transfer say it will have little impression, trigger extra confusion and be a logistical nightmare.

Two-metre indicators have been painted on pavements throughout the nation, with related notices present in tens of 1000’s of retailers, factories, places of work and public locations.

Altering all of them would add to the hovering price of preventing the pandemic.

Supporters declare the profit in saving lives and defending the NHS means the transfer is price it. They argue it’s a response to the brand new variant which is considered as much as be 70 per cent extra transmissible.

If it goes forward it will be the Authorities’s third coverage on social distancing.

The space was set at two metres in March after consultants mentioned coronavirus was as much as ten instances extra transmissible at one metre than at two.

But it surely was diminished to ‘one metre plus’ in July after the primary lockdown – primarily to make it simpler for eating places and cafes to reopen.

Two-metre signs have been painted on pavements across the nation, with similar notices found in tens of thousands of shops, factories, offices and public places

Two-metre signs have been painted on pavements across the nation, with similar notices found in tens of thousands of shops, factories, offices and public places

Two-metre indicators have been painted on pavements throughout the nation, with related notices present in tens of 1000’s of retailers, factories, places of work and public locations

A ‘two metre plus’ rule would in apply imply staying three metres aside – practically 10ft – except steps have been taken to restrict the hazard of transmission, reminiscent of screens.

Social distancing gaps range all over the world.

In China, Hong Kong and Singapore, which have been profitable in controlling the pandemic, the hole was one metre.

Nevertheless, they imposed different, far stricter, guidelines together with curfews. Spain and Canada adopted the two-metre rule.

The three different dwelling nations have completely different variations of the two-metre rule.

In Scotland individuals are suggested to maintain two metres aside and in Wales they’re instructed to remain two metres aside except it isn’t sensible, with younger kids exempt.

The hole in Northern Eire got here down to at least one metre however is 2 once more.

Professor Paul Hunter of the College of East Anglia mentioned: ‘Threat declines the additional you’re away from somebody.

‘So three metres will scale back danger considerably in comparison with two metres – however it’s troublesome to say how a lot and whether or not that might make an enormous distinction. I think the principle problem is individuals not sticking to the two-metre rule.’

Mr Hancock warned in opposition to attempting to ‘push the boundaries’ on train, including: ‘If too many individuals break this rule we’re going to take a look at it. Don’t say you’re exercising if actually you’re simply socialising.’

He mentioned the two-metre rule needed to be obeyed, not seen ‘as a restrict to be challenged’. 

Shortly after Mr Hancock’s Downing Avenue press briefing on Monday, the PM launched a brief video filmed throughout his go to to the Ashton Gate vaccination centre in Bristol.

Well being Secretary Matt Hancock mentioned it’s allowed to cycle seven miles from the place you reside to take train, regardless of additionally insisting that individuals should ‘keep native’

In it, he urged Britons to ‘observe the steerage, keep at dwelling, shield the NHS and save lives’ as Covid continues to unfold quickly in a number of components of the nation.

Britons shouldn’t ‘lose concentrate on the pandemic’ as coronavirus is ‘nonetheless inflicting big, big issues for our NHS’, Mr Johnson added. 

Mr Hancock additionally used the briefing to defend the PM after he was noticed biking within the Olympic Park seven miles from Downing Avenue in obvious breach of presidency recommendation.

The Well being Secretary mentioned it’s allowed to cycle that distance from the place you reside to take train, regardless of additionally insisting that individuals should ‘keep native’.

However he additionally warned that guidelines on two individuals from completely different households with the ability to train outdoor collectively may very well be torn up if individuals maintain abusing them.

‘If too many individuals maintain breaking this rule we’re going to have to take a look at it however I don’t need to do this,’ Mr Hancock instructed a No10 briefing yesterday night.

The PM was seen sporting a hat and a face masks on his bike on the venue seven miles away from Downing Avenue yesterday afternoon.

Shortly after Mr Hancock's address, the PM released a short video (pictured) filmed during his visit to the Bristol vaccination centre yesterday

Shortly after Mr Hancock's address, the PM released a short video (pictured) filmed during his visit to the Bristol vaccination centre yesterday

Shortly after Mr Hancock’s deal with, the PM launched a brief video (pictured) filmed throughout his go to to the Bristol vaccination centre yesterday

In the clip (pictured), he urged Britons to 'follow the guidance, stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives' as Covid continues to spread rapidly in several parts of the country

In the clip (pictured), he urged Britons to 'follow the guidance, stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives' as Covid continues to spread rapidly in several parts of the country

Within the clip (pictured), he urged Britons to ‘observe the steerage, keep at dwelling, shield the NHS and save lives’ as Covid continues to unfold quickly in a number of components of the nation

What are the federal government’s guidelines on taking train? 

It’s best to minimise time spent exterior your house, however you may depart your house to train. 

This must be restricted to as soon as per day, and you shouldn’t journey exterior your native space.

You may train in a public outside place:

  • by your self
  • with the individuals you reside with
  • along with your assist bubble (in case you are legally permitted to type one)
  • in a childcare bubble the place offering childcare
  • or, when by yourself, with one individual from one other family

This consists of however isn’t restricted to operating, biking, strolling, and swimming. 

Private coaching can proceed one-on-one except everyone seems to be inside the identical family or assist bubble.

Public outside locations embrace:

  • parks, seashores, countryside accessible to the general public, forests
  • public gardens (whether or not or not you pay to enter them)
  • the grounds of a heritage website
  • playgrounds

A supply instructed the Night Customary that Mr Johnson was exercising, accompanied by his safety element. 

Terribly the premier is claimed to have ‘famous how busy’ the park was and remarked on it at a gathering later.

Official Authorities steerage says train must be restricted to as soon as a day and ‘you shouldn’t journey exterior your native space’. 

Two ladies have been fined £200 every by Derbyshire Police for driving 5 miles from their dwelling for a stroll, whereas in Whitby officers have slammed individuals for going sledging.

A witness mentioned: ‘He was leisurely biking with one other man with a beanie hat and chatting whereas round 4 safety guys, presumably extra, cycled behind them.

‘After I realised the individual appeared like Boris I cycled previous them to listen to his voice and make certain it’s him. It was positively Boris.

‘Contemplating the present scenario with Covid I used to be shocked to see him biking round trying so care free,” added the lady, who requested to not be named.

Additionally contemplating he’s advising everybody to remain at dwelling and never depart their space, shouldn’t he keep in Westminster and never journey to different boroughs?’

The PM’s spokesman was unable to provide any info yesterday on why Mr Johnson had gone to Stratford and why it was inside the guidelines.  

It’s also not clear whether or not Mr Johnson was pushed to the park along with his bike, or cycled the entire approach there and again. 

Lib Dem MP Tim Farron mentioned: ‘Authorities steerage on travelling to train is as clear as mud. 

‘Persons are travelling a whole lot of miles to the Lake District whereas others are afraid to drive 5 minutes to the native park. 

‘I’ve written to the Prime Minister, asking him to set out clear steerage as soon as and for all.’

In a video shared to the PM’s official Twitter account yesterday night – which options footage of Mr Johnson’s go to to Bristol on Monday- the PM heaped reward on the Authorities’s vaccine programme.

However he warned Britons that it mustn’t result in complacency, as the brand new Covid variant remains to be spreading quickly. 

Mr Johnson mentioned: ‘Hello people. I’m right here at this superb Bristol mass-vaccination centre in a soccer stadium and it’s one of many 50 that we’re going to be rolling out by the top of the month to assist all of the 1,000-plus GP surgical procedures, the 233 hospital websites, plus the 200 pharmacies.

‘And that’s, after all, only a begin that we’re utilizing to dispense the vaccine.

‘As I converse to you this morning I feel we’ve performed about 2.four million jabs, 2 million individuals within the nation already who’ve been vaccinated, and we shall be massively ramping that up in the middle of the following few weeks as we rise up to, we hope, 15 million by the center of February.

‘And that’s a really bold programme, we’re assured we will do it. 

‘However, as we get the jabs into individuals, it’s extremely vital that we don’t lose concentrate on the pandemic that’s nonetheless, alas, surging in so many components of the nation, nonetheless filling our hospitals with Covid sufferers, nonetheless inflicting big, big issues for our NHS.

‘So all people has bought to observe the steerage. Keep at dwelling, shield the NHS and save lives.’

Alongside along with his video, the PM tweeted: ‘As we get jabs into arms, we should not lose sight of the state of the pandemic – which is placing big strain on our NHS. 

‘So, please observe the principles and keep dwelling to guard the NHS, and save lives.’   

Obey the principles or they’ll get more durable: PM’s warning as Whitty says we’re on the worst level of the pandemic

ByJason Groves Political Editor For The Day by day Mail 

Lockdown restrictions shall be tightened once more if the general public flout the present guidelines, Boris Johnson warned yesterday.

The Prime Minister mentioned ‘complacency’ among the many public might plunge the nation right into a deeper disaster at what was already a ‘very perilous second’.

Well being Secretary Matt Hancock final evening bolstered his message, saying so-called assist bubbles have been the one lockdown exemption assured to remain.

The warnings got here amid mounting Authorities concern that the third lockdown could fail to deliver the most recent spike in coronavirus infections beneath management.

Chief medical officer Chris Whitty mentioned Britain was ‘now on the worst level of this epidemic’ and urged individuals to cease seeing family and friends, even within the restricted circumstances nonetheless allowed, saying each ‘pointless’ contact risked spreading the virus. 

Chief medical officer Chris Whitty said Britain was ‘now at the worst point of this epidemic’ and urged people to stop seeing friends and family, even in the limited circumstances still allowed, saying every ‘unnecessary’ contact risked spreading the virus.

Chief medical officer Chris Whitty said Britain was ‘now at the worst point of this epidemic’ and urged people to stop seeing friends and family, even in the limited circumstances still allowed, saying every ‘unnecessary’ contact risked spreading the virus.

Chief medical officer Chris Whitty mentioned Britain was ‘now on the worst level of this epidemic’ and urged individuals to cease seeing family and friends, even within the restricted circumstances nonetheless allowed, saying each ‘pointless’ contact risked spreading the virus.

He added: ‘The important thing factor to grasp is that once you meet individuals from one other family beneath any circumstances – and so they’re fairly often your mates, your loved ones – however these are the form of conditions the place the virus is handed on.’

He added: ‘It doesn’t care who you’re, it doesn’t care whether or not they’re your mates. When you meet somebody from one other family, the virus has a chance to be transmitted.’

Ministers are contemplating numerous additional restrictions, together with closing the exemption that permits two individuals from completely different households to train collectively outdoor.

Authorities sources yesterday mentioned Mr Johnson was ‘reluctant’ to scrap the exemption, which gives one of many few remaining lifelines for the lonely.

However there are fears it’s muddying the ‘keep at dwelling’ message, with the Prime Minister’s official spokesman yesterday struggling to make clear whether or not two associates can take drinks with them on a stroll.

No masks, then you may’t store at Morrisons

Morrisons will ban clients who refuse to put on face coverings from its outlets amid rising coronavirus infections.

Customers who refuse to put on masks supplied by workers is not going to be allowed in except they’re medically exempt. Chief government David Potts mentioned: ‘Our retailer colleagues are working onerous to feed you and your loved ones, please be sort.’

The coverage threatens to set off confrontations on the doorways amid considerations a few rise in abuse and assaults on workers who’re attempting to impose social distancing guidelines.

Sainsbury’s can be introducing guidelines which require clients to buy alone and put on face masks. Safety guards will problem those that should not sporting a masks or who’re purchasing in teams.

It got here as business bosses angrily rejected claims from ministers that supermarkets are in charge for the unfold of the virus.

One retail supply mentioned the Authorities ‘could be sensible to research their very own selections round lowering social distancing guidelines, moderately attempting to put the blame on supermarkets.’

Mr Hancock mentioned the exemption was beneath evaluate because it was being abused. ‘We have now been seeing giant teams… and you have to be two metres other than the opposite individual. If there are too many individuals breaking this rule then we’re going to have to take a look at it.

‘However, I don’t need to do this as a result of for many individuals, with the ability to go for a stroll with a pal… is their solely social contact.’

Pre-school nurseries and locations of worship might additionally face restrictions if circumstances proceed to rise – however Mr Hancock mentioned assist bubbles have been sacrosanct.

The association permits these dwelling alone or with infants to hyperlink up with one different family for assist.

The Prime Minister and his fiancee Carrie Symonds are amongst those that have taken benefit of the system, forming a assist bubble with Miss Symonds’s mom following the beginning of their son Wilfred in April.

Ministers hope the blunt messaging on the NHS disaster and more durable rule enforcement will persuade individuals to adjust to the letter and spirit of the lockdown.

However Labour yesterday known as for the principles to be tightened, together with the closure of nurseries.

Mr Hancock final evening urged a serious leisure of the principles was unlikely till all over-60s have been vaccinated – which the brand new plan suggests gained’t be till at the least April.

He mentioned it was solely at this level that ministers may very well be completely certain that hospital admissions from the virus would begin to fall.

However the Covid Restoration Group of Tory MPs, who oppose lockdown, final evening mentioned it must be lifted as quickly because the 13million most weak are vaccinated – which the Prime Minister pledged to attain by February 15.

Boris Johnson pedals right into a storm over lockdown bike journey after he’s noticed biking SEVEN MILES from Downing Avenue within the Olympic Park

ByClaire Ellicott Political Correspondent For The Day by day Mail 

Boris Johnson has been accused of undermining his personal lockdown guidelines after it was revealed that he went biking seven miles from Downing Avenue for train.

The Prime Minister was noticed on his bike on the Olympic Park in east London on Sunday afternoon along with his safety element.

Sporting a Transport for London hat and a face masks, he rode across the website in Stratford, east London, at round 2pm.

A couple of hours after his journey, Mr Johnson held a gathering with Cupboard colleagues to debate the present lockdown.

Boris Johnson was spotted at the Olympic Park seven miles away from Downing Street yesterday afternoon. Pictured, the PM cycling in Beeston last summer

Boris Johnson was spotted at the Olympic Park seven miles away from Downing Street yesterday afternoon. Pictured, the PM cycling in Beeston last summer

Boris Johnson was noticed on the Olympic Park seven miles away from Downing Avenue yesterday afternoon. Pictured, the PM biking in Beeston final summer season

Final evening, Hammersmith Labour MP Andy Slaughter mentioned: ‘As soon as once more it’s ‘Do as I say, not as I do’ from the Prime Minister.

‘London has a number of the highest an infection charges within the nation. Boris Johnson must be main by instance.’

A supply instructed the Night Customary that the PM was exercising, including: ‘However he did observe how busy the park was and he commented on it on the assembly final evening.

So what’s allowed?

Authorities guidelines state that ‘you shouldn’t journey exterior your native space’ for train.

Nevertheless, what does and doesn’t represent ‘native’ has been up for debate.

At yesterday’s Downing Avenue press convention, Well being Secretary Matt Hancock was requested if Britons have been allowed to train seven miles from dwelling.

He replied: ‘It’s OK to go in the event you went for an extended stroll and ended up seven miles from dwelling, that’s OK, however you must keep native.’

He added: ‘You shouldn’t go from one aspect of the nation to the opposite, doubtlessly taking the virus with you, as a result of keep in mind one in three individuals who have the virus don’t know they’ve it as a result of they don’t have signs.

‘It’s OK to go for an extended stroll or a cycle journey or to train, however keep native.’ 

‘He was involved about if individuals have been following the principles and was involved after his journey across the park.’

Downing Avenue declined to touch upon the journey, and wouldn’t make clear whether or not the PM cycled to the park or was pushed there in a car for his bike journey.

Some social media customers have identified that there are inexperienced areas a lot nearer to the PM’s dwelling in Westminster the place he might train.

Mr Johnson has manufactured from some extent of being seen to train since his brush with loss of life after he contracted Covid in March final 12 months.

In a bid to show he’s ‘match as a butcher’s canine’, he’s often pictured operating in close by St James’s Park and with celeb private coach Harry Jameson.

He usually runs along with his canine Dilyn across the Downing Avenue backyard.

The PM has additionally been operating in Buckingham Palace grounds after the Queen gave permission, and in Lambeth Palace’s grounds after the Archbishop of Canterbury gave his approval.

The PM’s spokesman was unable to provide any info yesterday on why Mr Johnson had gone to Stratford and the way it was inside the guidelines.

Nevertheless a Downing Avenue supply instructed the BBC: ‘The PM has exercised inside the Covid guidelines and any suggestion on the contrary is flawed.’

Mr Johnson has warned he is able to tighten lockdown additional as he voiced fears that vaccines have made individuals ‘complacent’ about obeying guidelines.

His warnings come because the NHS teeters getting ready to catastrophe. 

Derbyshire Police axe £200 fines for girls swooped on throughout reservoir stroll 

ByGeorge Odling Crime Reporter For The Day by day Mail 

Police final evening apologised and scrapped £200 fines handed to 2 ladies for driving 5 miles to go for a stroll at a magnificence spot throughout lockdown.

Jessica Allen and Eliza Moore, each 27, have been fined for making a ten-minute journey to Foremark Reservoir in Derbyshire final week after police claimed they might have taken train nearer to dwelling.

They mentioned officers additionally accused them of getting a picnic – as a result of they have been consuming takeaway peppermint tea.

Friends Jessica Allen and Eliza Moore, pictured, both 27, who were each fined £200 by police for driving 10mins for a walk in a local reservoir say they've had their fines cancelled following backlash

Friends Jessica Allen and Eliza Moore, pictured, both 27, who were each fined £200 by police for driving 10mins for a walk in a local reservoir say they've had their fines cancelled following backlash

Pals Jessica Allen and Eliza Moore, pictured, each 27, who have been every fined £200 by police for driving 10minutes for a stroll in a neighborhood reservoir say they’ve had their fines cancelled following backlash

Derbyshire Chief Constable Rachel Swann final evening mentioned the penalty notices had been withdrawn and the ladies had acquired an apology. She added: ‘I assist the truth that the officers have been attempting to encourage individuals to remain native to stop the unfold of the virus.

‘We have now been working onerous to grasp the ever-changing steerage and laws and to speak this to our officers in a approach that makes it clear what’s the proper plan of action to take.’

Beautician Miss Allen, from Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, mentioned each she and Miss Moore welcomed the apology. The pair have been shocked when officers swooped as they strolled by the reservoir.

Miss Allen initially thought ‘somebody had been murdered or a baby had gone lacking.’ West Yorkshire Police Federation chairman Brian Sales space yesterday claimed officers had been left in an unattainable scenario by ‘woolly legal guidelines’.

He insisted: ‘Strolling a tightrope between sustaining public confidence and upholding the regulation isn’t made simple with poor steerage. Law enforcement officials are being made scapegoats for poor coverage and law-writing.

However, beautician Jessica Allen, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, revealed they had received separate calls from the force who apologised to them both and informed them their fines will be cancelled (This map shows the proximity between her house and the reservoir)

However, beautician Jessica Allen, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, revealed they had received separate calls from the force who apologised to them both and informed them their fines will be cancelled (This map shows the proximity between her house and the reservoir)

Nevertheless, beautician Jessica Allen, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, revealed they’d acquired separate calls from the pressure who apologised to them each and knowledgeable them their fines shall be cancelled (This map exhibits the proximity between her home and the reservoir)

Jessica told how they were surrounded by police when they arrived in separate vehicles at Foremark Reservoir in Derbyshire on Wednesday and 'assumed there had been a murder'

Jessica told how they were surrounded by police when they arrived in separate vehicles at Foremark Reservoir in Derbyshire on Wednesday and 'assumed there had been a murder'

Jessica instructed how they have been surrounded by police once they arrived in separate autos at Foremark Reservoir in Derbyshire on Wednesday and ‘assumed there had been a homicide’

‘Make it clear to the general public, for instance, whether it is desired that train be restricted to native – then clearly state in regulation what native is. Don’t insert it into steerage that has no authorized standing.’

Well being Secretary Matt Hancock final evening praised the police for his or her efforts in imposing the principles.

Following calls from police for clarification, a No10 spokesman mentioned Britons have been permitted to satisfy one different individual for train however not socialising, including: ‘Going for a stroll, clearly, does rely as train.’

In the meantime, police in Devon and Cornwall are utilizing automobile quantity plate recognition expertise to make sure solely important journeys are made following stories of a whole lot of journey breaches on the weekend – many associated to second houses within the space.

Elsewhere, police have been filmed smashing by means of the again door of a pub in Walsall, West Midlands, with a battering ram after receiving stories it was serving alcohol to a bunch of males.

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