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Human Capital Department in King's Lynn addresses coronavirus concerns




A couple of months ago a colleague of mine, who has a low immune system, was told by a medical professional that living in Lynn, he was not at risk of getting the coronavirus.

Within this reassuring advice was an implication that people in Lynn don’t travel or get out of Norfolk much, and so were far removed from the first outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei Province – not entirely true – as I had travelled to Zhangzhou, China, over Christmas quite near the centre of the first outbreak.

It is a small world, with so many people taking flights, and travelling in close proximity on buses, trains and the tube in London so not surprising that the virus has spread quickly with contagions now in Europe and cases in the UK.


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