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5th Apr 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

Output in the consumer services sector recovered strongly in February, assisted by fading Covid fears.

...But output in the health sector likely fell considerably, due to sharp falls in Covid testing and vaccinations.

Manufacturing output was hit by a slump in car production, while building work was disrupted by storms.

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