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Tuesday, Jul 27, 2021
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Brits with two jabs won't need to quarantine
Britain is a "high incidence" area but Germany will relax the need for quarantine rules for some travellers, Angela Merkel says.
Covid: NHS plans booster jab for those 50 and over before winter
The NHS has been given the green light to start planning a Covid vaccine booster programme in the UK ahead of this winter.
I tested positive for Covid-19 twice in two cities. The responses were vastly different
As someone who has tested positive for Covid-19 in both Britain and Hong Kong, I've experienced the worst of both worlds.
Britain Faces Travel Bans Amid Soaring Delta Variant Infections
Several countries have imposed restrictions on travelers from Britain amid rising cases of the delta variant of the coronavirus which was first detected in India.
One in 20 children missed school in England due to Covid as cases rise 66%
Nearly 400,000 pupils absent within a week as scientists raise concerns about plan to replace isolation with tests
Covid-19: End of England's Covid rules still set for 19 July
The final easing of lockdown measures in England is still set for 19 July, the new health secretary has said.
BBC’s Andrew Marr says he caught Covid-19 AFTER vaccine
BBC journalist Andrew Marr says he caught a “nasty” bout of Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated. Government advisers say this is normal, and similar cases are cropping up around the world.
Cruising was a Covid disaster. Now it claims to be the 'safest vacation available'
The world's cruise ships were once titans of the oceans, raking in billions in profit as their city-sized passenger populations traveled across the globe.
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"Vaccination Plus Mask": WHO Official On Measures To Fight Delta Plus Strain
The WHO representative explained that vaccination is essential because it lowers the probability of spreading the virus and lowers the risks of severe disease.
Delta Variant Forces New Lockdowns As Europe Lifts Covid Restrictions
While COVID-19 vaccination drives have brought down infections in several countries, the rise of the Delta variant has stoked fears of new waves of the virus.
Spain Drops Outdoor Mask Rule, But Many Stay Covered Up
COVID-19: Spain's newly relaxed rules allow one to not wear masks outdoors, but people still have to use them indoors or in crowded outdoor spaces.
BioNTech wants authorization to vaccinate minors from 2 years of age
The BioNTech / Pfizer vaccine was the first to be licensed for ages 16 and over worldwide.
‘Grab a jab’: Covid vaccine drop-in centres open across England
Over-18s urged to visit walk-in clinics this weekend for first dose, while some can get second jabs
Britain suffers from outdated thinking about innovation
The Covid-19 has hit our economy, but before the pandemic there were many years of problems: Low productivity growth And major regional disparities. In order for governments to move to a more environmentally friendly agenda, they will al...
Matt Hancock, Britain's beleaguered health secretary, resigns after being caught kissing aide
Matt Hancock resigned as Britain's Health Secretary Saturday, one day after he apologized for breaching Covid regulations.
Covid-19: Walk-in vaccinations to begin in NI from Sunday
Walk-in vaccinations will be available for over-18s in Northern Ireland from Sunday.
Your taxes pay for minister’s Snogs: Matt Hancock's secret affair caught on camera and exposed
MARRIED Matt Hancock apologised for breaching social distancing with his mistress Gina, the wife of Oliver Bonas founder Oliver Tress, despite preaching to the nation to hug “carefully”. His sex affair is paid by the public tax payers mo...
Covid cases return to early April levels
Coronavirus cases have risen to their highest level since early April, when lockdown restrictions first began to be lifted, Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures suggest.
‘Astonishing double standards’: Brits outraged after BoJo accepts Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s apology for snogging aide
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accepted Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s apology for breaking coronavirus guidelines by smooching an aide. Some Brits are furious, given Hancock’s history of zero-tolerance on such encounters.
UK eases Covid travel rules for tourist spots despite cabinet rift
Holiday hopes boosted as quarantine lifted for arrivals from Balearics, Malta and some Caribbean islands
UK to publish plans to lift travel curbs for fully vaccinated
Britain will next month publish plans to allow fully vaccinated people to travel unrestricted to all countries except those with the highest COVID-19 risk, in a boost for a travel industry wrecked by the pandemic.
UK records 16,703 Covid cases in highest toll since start of FEBRUARY
Department of Health bosses posted 16,703 positive tests - up 51.7 per cent on the week before. But the spike in infections has been mainly fuelled by a huge up-tick in cases in Scotland.
Covid: Rishi Sunak says he will stop wearing a mask as soon as legally possible
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said he expects to stop wearing a mask "as soon as possible" after it is no longer legally required in England.
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