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Finally it seems that life might return to normal in the UK, as the vaccination efforts continue apace, and despite concern about increasingly spreading variants, our hospitals are not being overwhelmed. Because of this, we are changing our approach to covering the pandemic - and taking this second wave podcast to pastures new, but before that, in this last episode we’re going to look backwards and forwards, at the UK’s response. On the panel today are Matt Morgan, consultant in critical care, Nisreen Alwan, associate professor in public health, Partha Kar, consultant in diabetes, and Helen Salisbury, GP. www.bmj.com/coronavirus