Dr Alex George says Britain WILL experience a second wave of Covid-19

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Love Island‘s Dr Alex George has warned that the UK will experience a second wave of coronavirus due to easing of lockdown measures.

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly from his home in South West London,  the A&E Doctor said: ‘As we come out of lockdown, and the measures are lifted a little bit or changed, he chances are we’re going to experience somewhat of a second wave. 

‘What we just want to do is keep that as low as possible so we don’t reach the peak we did first time round.

‘Of course, we are prepared, we are making sure that we’re ready.

We just need to monitor the situation. 

Love Island's Dr Alex George has warned that the UK will experience a second wave of coronavirus due to easing of lockdown measures. He is pictured with a colleague at work

Love Island's Dr Alex George has warned that the UK will experience a second wave of coronavirus due to easing of lockdown measures. He is pictured with a colleague at work

Love Island’s Dr Alex George has warned that the UK will experience a second wave of coronavirus due to easing of lockdown measures.

He is pictured with a colleague at work 

When Lorraine asked if he’s bracing himself, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best he answered, ‘Yeah, absolutely’.  

The Welsh-born medic, 30, who found fame on Series 4 of the hit reality show in 2018, added he was ‘very surprised’ after finding out he didn’t have any antibodies for Covid-19.

‘I was tested earlier on in the week, I was very surprised I didn’t have antibodies, I’ve been at [University Hospital] Lewisham throughout this and I kinda thought logically I’d have antibodies, 인스타그램 팔로워 늘리기 I think it’s a testament to how well PPE works.’

Dr Alex added he’s found it ‘really really tough’  to be apart from his girlfriend, actress Amelia Bath, who he has only seen once in 11 weeks due to his job on the frontline.

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly from his home in South West London, the A&E Doctor said: 'As we come out of lockdown, and the measures are lifted a little bit or changed, the chances are we're going to experience somewhat of a second wave'

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly from his home in South West London, the A&E Doctor said: 'As we come out of lockdown, and the measures are lifted a little bit or changed, the chances are we're going to experience somewhat of a second wave'

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly from his home in South West London, the A&E Doctor said: ‘As we come out of lockdown, and the measures are lifted a little bit or changed, the chances are we’re going to experience somewhat of a second wave’

When Lorraine asked if he's bracing himself, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best he answered, 'Yeah, absolutely'.

When Lorraine asked if he's bracing himself, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best he answered, 'Yeah, absolutely'.

When Lorraine asked if he’s bracing himself, preparing for the worst and 인스타그램 좋아요 늘리기 hoping for the best he answered, ‘Yeah, absolutely’.

The doctor, 30, has revealed that his coronavirus antibody test came back negative as he continues to work on the NHS frontline

The doctor, 30, has revealed that his coronavirus antibody test came back negative as he continues to work on the NHS frontline

The doctor, 30, has revealed that his coronavirus antibody test came back negative as he continues to work on the NHS frontline

‘We’ve seen each other once from a distance, even if I had the antibodies it wouldn’t help. 

‘It doesn’t mean you shouldn’t follow social distancing, but we stay positive, it won’t last forever’ he added.

Last month, the Welshman admitted he’s struggling living apart from Amelia.

Alex confessed he’s ‘tired’ following his ‘busy shift’, and just ‘wants to go home and chat’ to the dancer, who he credited for helping him ‘relax’.

Dr Alex added he's found it 'really really tough' to be apart from his girlfriend, actress Amelia Bath, who he has only seen once in 11 weeks due to his job on the frontline

Dr Alex added he's found it 'really really tough' to be apart from his girlfriend, actress Amelia Bath, who he has only seen once in 11 weeks due to his job on the frontline

Dr Alex added he’s found it ‘really really tough’ to be apart from his girlfriend, actress Amelia Bath, who he has only seen once in 11 weeks due to his job on the frontline

He also praised the ambulance service, revealing:'I spoke to John, a paramedic' (pictured together)

He also praised the ambulance service, revealing:'I spoke to John, a paramedic' (pictured together)

He also praised the ambulance service, revealing:’I spoke to John, a paramedic’ (pictured together)

Leaving the south London hospital in the early hours, he shared: ‘My shift is now finished and I am just heading home.

‘It’s been again a busy shift – I know I keep saying this but it is the truth.

I am feeling alright, I am tired. 

‘One of the challenges is that I am away from my girlfriend, I made the decision that I didn’t want to risk giving it to her or her family. 

‘So I am up in London staying on my own – isolating, and she is staying elsewhere so I don’t give it to her.

Smitten: The couple, who met in a bar, have been going strong since December 2018, a few months after his stint on ITV2 dating series Love Island

Smitten: The couple, who met in a bar, have been going strong since December 2018, a few months after his stint on ITV2 dating series Love Island

Smitten: The couple, who met in a bar, have been going strong since December 2018, a few months after his stint on ITV2 dating series Love Island

'One of the challenges is that I am away from my girlfriend': Last month, the Welshman admitted he's struggling living apart from his girl in a clip shared to his YouTube channel

'One of the challenges is that I am away from my girlfriend': Last month, the Welshman admitted he's struggling living apart from his girl in a clip shared to his YouTube channel

‘One of the challenges is that I am away from my girlfriend’: Last month, the Welshman admitted he’s struggling living apart from his girl in a clip shared to his YouTube channel 

He also praised the ambulance service, revealing: ‘I spoke to John, a paramedic.

‘In business as usual times they see traumatic things, we need to support their mental health too.’

Dr Alex also said it was ‘a little sad’ there would be no clap for carers tonight, adding that he’s had lots of Instgram direct messages saying people would still be on their doorstep to clap at 8pm tonight, despite the founder’s call for it to end.

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