In England, Almost One In Fifty People Had COVID Last Week

England’s COVID cases have reached their highest level since mid-January with approximately one in fifty infected with the virus last week, official data has revealed amid mounting concerns that the imminent fourth wave and slow booster vaccine roll out will force ministers into adopting its winter Plan B. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) figuresContinue reading “In England, Almost One In Fifty People Had COVID Last Week”

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The ‘Anti-Vax’ Strictly Stars Get A Hammering From Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson waded into the Strictly Come Dancing jabs controversy after claims three professional dancers had refused COVID vaccines. Questioned about the row, the Prime Minister told GB News that everyone should take their jabs and that he was saying it, not in a bullying way but just because he believed it was the bestContinue reading “The ‘Anti-Vax’ Strictly Stars Get A Hammering From Boris Johnson”

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Currently, Only 1.6 Million Elderly People Are Eligible For COVID Boosters

Official data suggests that as No 10 gets set to kick off the top up drive, only 1.6 million Britons are currently eligible for COVID booster vaccines. Health chiefs yesterday unveiled proposals to offer a third shot to 32 million over 50s, frontline NHS workers and over 16s thought to be very vulnerable. According toContinue reading “Currently, Only 1.6 Million Elderly People Are Eligible For COVID Boosters”

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NHS England Draws Up Plans To Commence Vaccinating Children

It emerged that the NHS has drawn up proposals to offer COVID vaccines to children as young as 12 when schools return. NHS England bosses yesterday told trusts to be ready to expand the rollout to 12-15-year-olds in just two weeks, and health officials said that children won’t need parental consent to get the vaccine.Continue reading “NHS England Draws Up Plans To Commence Vaccinating Children”

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Britain’s Daily COVID Hospital Admissions Hit 400 In The Highest Figure Since March

Britain’s daily COVID hospital admissions have reached a four-month high, increasing by 50 per cent in a week to their highest level since March. Department of Health figures posted showed hospitalisations reached 406 on June 30, and it’s a sign the explosion in cases over the past month is now starting to put additional pressureContinue reading “Britain’s Daily COVID Hospital Admissions Hit 400 In The Highest Figure Since March”

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Maternity Scandals Spark Safety Review

Experts will evaluate the safety of maternity services across the NHS to reduce harm to babies. They hope to establish the best ways of recognising warning signs of babies in distress so doctors can intervene sooner. It follows a string of high profile scandals in which mothers and babies have died or been left withContinue reading “Maternity Scandals Spark Safety Review”

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Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s Job Hangs In The Balance

Matt Hancock was fighting for his job today after he was accused of having an affair with his closest aide when CCTV appeared showing them kissing intensely in the hallway outside his Whitehall office before he said it was safe for the public to hug. The Health Secretary, 42, has been captured on camera inContinue reading “Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s Job Hangs In The Balance”

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Homeless People Have Been Given COVID Vaccines By The Council

Homeless people are being vaccinated against COVID 19 as part of a pioneering scheme after a council insisted rough sleepers and those living in shelters should be prioritised. Under the Department of Health’s mass vaccination program, the over 80s, care home residents and health and social care workers are first in line to get theContinue reading “Homeless People Have Been Given COVID Vaccines By The Council”

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Government’s Coronavirus Tracing App Finally Launches

Millions of Britons will be encouraged to download the mobile tracing app which is finally being launched nationwide today, four months late. Health officials hope it will play a vital role in containing the virus at a critical point when cases are on the rise again, but the app is likely to create even moreContinue reading “Government’s Coronavirus Tracing App Finally Launches”

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E bay Astray!

It’s surprising that people are allowed to get away with this example of behaviour with a view to human life. This is about peoples private data that had been set onto a mainframe and, then put up for sale by a data destruction company that had been employed by the NHS Surrey. I guess that the wordsContinue reading “E bay Astray!”

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