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“ Scientists pushed for tougher Covid rules even before U.K.’s first Omicron case” – NERVTAG experts warned ministers that the variant first identified in South Africa could trigger a new wave of severe infections, reports the Telegraph. “ Christmas parties: Conservative staff event going ahead, says Chairman” – But Government ministers are accused of giving mixed messages on events over the festive period, reports . “ More than half of Omicron cases in England are in the double jabbed ” – Findings revealed by health officials amid sharp rise in detection of new variant across the U.K., reports the Guardian. “ The NHS Covid beds that were never used” – Managers wasted billions on buying capacity in private hospitals, writes Amy Jones in UnHerd. “ Wisbech councillor’s comic book shop closes over masks rule” – The owner says he and his staff do not want to impose the Government’s will on customers when it comes to wearing a mask, reports BBC News. “ Germany’s lurch into Covid authoritarianism” – The new Government is set to impose compulsory vaccination and a lockdown for the unvaccinated, writes Sabine Beppler-Spahl in Spiked. “ Will we end up having booster jabs forever? Here’s everything you need to know ” – With Covid variants set to keep striking, routine Covid vaccination may become a regular feature of our lives, write Anne Gulland and Sarah Newey in the Telegraph. “ GPs in England get green light to provide less care and join Covid jab drive” – Government says doctors can do less monitoring of people with diabetes and heart problems, reports the Guardian. “ Anthony Fauci’s dangerous narcissism” – Science can’t be above questioning, writes Kat Rosenfield in UnHerd. “ Google delays its January return-to-office plan due to Omicron” – “Google has delayed it’s January return-to-office plans as the Omicron variant spreads across the world and nine cases are detected in the U.S.,” reports the Mail. “ Ireland closes nightclubs and tightens Covid rules” – “Irish nightclubs are to shut again and the hospitality sector faces tighter rules over Christmas as the Government tries to curb the spread of Covid,” reports BBC News. “ Ireland’s outrageous masking of eight year-olds” – “I cannot quite articulate my outrage at this measure. Forcing young children to wear masks for prolonged periods is one of the worst measures imposed by governments,” writes Laura Perrins in TCW. “ NHS will be plagued by Covid ‘for at least five years’” – “Covid will be a threat to the NHS for at least the next five years and testing and vaccines may be needed for a decade or longer, the Government’s scientific advisers have said,” reports the Times. “ Biden reveals plan to ‘vaccinate the world’” – “President Joe Biden has vowed to not force the nation into yet another lockdown as the new Covid strain spreads. Apart from encouraging vaccination at home, Biden said the U.S. ‘must vaccinate the world’,” reports RT. “ WHO’s top scientist says Omicron could displace Delta” – “Scientists in the European Union and Australia are forecasting that Omicron may account for more infections than Delta within a few months,” reports Reuters. “ Calm down about Omicron – U.K.’s immunity is different to South Africa’s, says expert ” – Study shows people become ‘imprinted’ with a specific immune profile after encountering Covid, reports the Telegraph. “ The PC ‘war on Christmas’ is no right-wing myth” – From the E.U. to the Cabinet Office, our elites really are uneasy about the C-word, writes Patrick West in Spiked. “ Royal College of Midwives apologises after calling mothers ‘postnatal people’” – The terminology was used in their recently-issued safer sleeping guidance, reports the Independent. “ Get the vaccine or we’ll keep ‘singing’” – A new song trying to entice you to get vaccinated has hit the internet.
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