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Sajid Javid covid announcement – Watch LIVE as Health Sec officially scraps work from home, masks & vaccine passports

Covid isolation could be SCRAPPED altogether by March Boris Johnson told the House of Commons during PMQs from March 24 the legal requirement to isolate for positive people could be shelved. The PM even indicated this could happen sooner, if the data continues to look good. He said: “As we return to Plan A, the House will know that some…

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Boris Johnson PMQs – Watch LIVE now as PM faces another grilling & may be knifed by own his MPs in ‘Pork Pie Plot’

It’s ‘all in your head’ UP to three-quarters of side effects caused by the Covid jab might be “all in the head”, experts say. A landmark new study from scientists at Harvard reveals millions could be suffering with the ‘Nocebo’ effect. In the new study, researchers drew on reports from 44,000 people – half of whom had actually been given…

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Covid news LIVE – Total RELIEF as end of coronavirus pandemic ‘now in sight’ for the UK, WHO declares

Why was Novak Djokovic’s visa cancelled? Novak Djokovic’s visa was cancelled twice by the Australian authorities. The first time, on January 5, the Australian Border Force were not satisfied that the Serb’s prior infection with Covid was an adequate medical exemption to vaccination. However, this decision was quashed on January 10 by Judge Kelly of the Federal Circuit Court for…

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Boris Johnson announcement – Hated covid passes ‘SCRAPPED within two weeks as Omicron surge eases & cases plunge’

What is the 1922 Committee? (Continued…) They are still under the control of the party whips, so their ability to stoke insurrection is partly limited. But it is the Committee that assesses, organises and ballots on leadership challenges — meaning its power, when called upon, can be huge. This happened when chair Sir Graham Brady received enough votes to bring…

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Boris Johnson announcement LIVE: Watch PMQs today as PM faces brutal grilling on Downing Street lockdown parties

Djokovic’s dad calls on the QUEEN to intervene The World Number One’s father, Srdjan Djokovic, slammed Australia as a “fake democracy” and claimed his son was being treated as a “political prisoner”. Officials told him his exemption from strict Covid clamps Down Under was flawed. But a judge overturned the decision on Monday, ordering the player’s immediate release from the quarantine hotel and telling the…

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Covid vaccine news: Student passports axed & ‘no jab no job’ sparks backlash as experts warn of deadlier virus strains

COVID CASES DROP AS UK RECORDS 26,144 NEW VIRUS CASES AND 71 MORE DEATHS IN 24 HOURS COVID cases have dropped as the UK has reported 26,144 new cases today and 71 more deaths in the latest 24-hour period. Yesterday 29,622 coronavirus infections and 68 fatalities were announced and 31,795 cases and 28 deaths were reported this time last week. Meanwhile, 35,773…

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Covid news latest – Coronavirus deaths DROP in sign UK beating pandemic as England’s R number falls to 1.1

JUDGE SLAMS ‘YOB’ WHO PUT CHRIS WHITTY IN A HEADLOCK A “yobbish” former estate agent left Professor Chris Whitty “humiliated” after he put him in a headlock when England’s chief medical officer declined to take a photo with him. Lewis Hughes, 24, of Romford, Essex, put his future at risk with “10 seconds of madness” when he accosted Prof Whitty…

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Covid news UK LIVE: Covid infections continue to fall for FIFTH DAY running as cases drop below 30,000 new infections

TAXPAYERS TO FACE COVID BILL FOR DECADES TO COME, MPS WARN Taxpayers will be facing the costs of Covid for decades while an inquiry will not come quickly enough to learn the lessons needed from the pandemic, MPs have said. Two reports from the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) released on Sunday slammed the Government’s spending on unusable personal protective…

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Covid news latest – ‘Lockdown could be needed’ if NHS swamped by rising Delta variant cases as UK enters ‘third wave’

TWO COVID-19 VACCINES ‘MAY MEAN AVOIDING 10 DAYS OF SELF-ISOLATION’ People who have had two Covid-19 jabs and come into contact with someone infected with the virus may soon be spared 10 days of self-isolating. Officials are reportedly considering scrapping the 10-day quarantine period under plans to use daily tests instead. The Times reported that Health Secretary Matt Hancock is…

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Boris Johnson news – Latest covid wave ALREADY slowing and will peak within weeks as final vaccine push roars ahead

WILLIAMSON URGES PUPILS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO KEEP TAKING REGULAR COVID TESTS The Education Secretary has urged pupils and their families to continue taking regular coronavirus tests. Gavin Williamson is encouraging secondary school children and parents to carry on testing at home, twice a week, to help “break chains of transmission”. It comes after academics called for the suspension of…

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Boris Johnson news LIVE – Two covid vaccines could see summer holidays this year, plus govt’s new ‘WFH forever’ plan

COVID CASES SHOW EARLY SIGNS OF SLOWING AS OUTBREAKS IN DELTA VARIANT HOTSPOTS ‘LEVEL OFF’, EXPERT REVEALS Covid cases are starting to show early signs of slowing – as outbreaks in Delta variant hotspots “level off”. Government statistics appear to show the rate of increase in daily infections have started to slow, and the Covid Symptom Study is also showing…

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Covid vaccine news – BORIS drops hint that JUNE 21 might be pushed back as UK Coronavirus hospital cases rise over 1,000

AFRICA FACING A SEVERE SHORTAGE OF COVID VACCINES The World Health Organization says the continent of 1.3 billion people is facing a severe shortage of vaccine at the same time a new wave of infections is rising across Africa. Vaccine shipments into Africa have ground to a “near halt,” WHO said last week. “It is extremely concerning and at times…

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UK covid LIVE: Surge tests EXTENDED as Indian variant cases soar in Manchester but vaccines keep coronavirus deaths low

VACCINE CONFIDENCE IN UNDER 30s INCREASED Dr Nikki Kanani, director of primary care at NHS England, said that vaccine confidence in younger people had increased. Speaking as over-25s were invited to book their Covid-19 jabs, Dr Kanani told BBC Breakfast: “We’re still seeing great uptake and we are definitely seeing younger people coming in and asking more questions, which is absolutely…

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Coronavirus LIVE UK – Vaccine rollout extends to Brits over 25 as Government faces ‘difficult’ choice to open June 21

MORE THAN HALF OF PEOPLE ‘HOPING TO ATTEND LIVE EVENTS IN NEXT 12 MONTHS’ More than half (59%) of people are hoping to attend big events such as a music concert, a festival, a comedy or theatre show, or live sports in the next 12 months, a survey has found. On average, they hope to attend two big events over…

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Coronavirus UK news – Three-quarters of adults receive first jab as UK records ZERO Covid deaths

THE UK is on the brink of reaching the milestone of three-quarters of adults receiving their first Covid-19 vaccine, amid debate over ending restrictions. Latest Government data suggests that so far, more than 39.4million people had received their first dose – equating to 74.9 per cent of adults. The UK has not reported any deaths linked to Covid-19 for the…

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Coronavirus UK news – Delay June 21 NOW to avoid yo-yoing back into never-ending lockdowns, vaccine adviser warns

GERMANY INVESTIGATES COVID TESTING FRAUD German authorities are investigating allegations of fraud involving the massive rollout of free coronavirus tests Germans have to present a negative test result in order to enter non-essential stores, visit restaurants or bars, or attend small-scale cultural events. The government pays for one free test per person each week, which has led to a proliferation of more…

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