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Covid UK: Black-Caribbean Britons are least likely to be triple-jabbed, latest figures show

Black-Caribbean people are the least likely ethnic group to have had a Covid booster vaccine in England, official data shows.…

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Covid study suggests catching Omicron strain may protect against Delta

Catching the Omicron variant of Covid may also help people fend off Delta, new research suggests. Academics took blood samples…

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Covid UK: Government buys 4m extra doses of Pfizer and Merck at-home antiviral pills to beat Omicron

Britain today secured an additional 4.25million courses of at-home Covid pills to shield against the Omicron variant this winter. Included…

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Will booster jabs REALLY beat Omicron? Trial shows variant is ‘markedly resistant’ to Covid vaccines

The Omicron Covid variant makes all major vaccines ‘markedly’ weaker at preventing infection after two doses, another lab study has…

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Covid US: Fauci says some rapid tests might be INACCURATE and unable to regularly detect Omicron

Some of the rapid at-home Covid tests Americans use can not pick up the new Omicron variant, Dr Anthony Fauci,…

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Covid UK: 15 have been hospitalised with Omicron but officials are STILL yet to reveal any details

At least 16 Britons have been hospitalised with Omicron but health officials have yet to reveal patients’ vaccination status or even if…

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One in every five US deaths caused by Covid could have been prevented by vaccines

Approximately 168,000 of the 800,000 U.S. COVID-19 deaths could have been prevented by the Covid vaccines, a new analysis finds.…

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COVID vaccine passports triggered rush to get shots in countries with low uptake, study finds

Vaccine passports are effective at convincing people in areas of low vaccination rates to get their shots, a new study…

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Omicron UK: TWO Covid jabs should cut risk of dying or hospitalisation 84%, says SAGE

Two Covid jabs should still slash the risk of dying from Omicron by up to 84 per cent but a…

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WHO: Most Omicron cases are ‘mild’ or symptomless and existing vaccines should provide protection

Most Omicron cases are ‘mild’ and there is no evidence the new variant has any impact on vaccine effectiveness against…

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