Health bosses in Lincolnshire say they'll be ready for a possible second wave of corona virus

It's feared there could be a rise in cases in the autumn

Health bosses in Lincolnshire say they'll be ready if a second wave of coronavirus happens in the county.

They say a quick response to isolating positive cases of the virus is key to slowing the spread in the long term.

Director of Public Health in the county Derek Ward says they're planning for how to deal with a second outbreak, if it were to happen in the autumn.  

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