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We should be thinking about airborne transmission of coronavirus. Perhaps the UK should follow France and require people who are jogging or cycling to wear masks if they are unable to maintain a physical distance from pedestrians.
Sadly there have been another 1,348 COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours and a worrying total of 8,739 deaths in the past 7 days, and still the UK government’s pandemic strategy appears to be more reactive than proactive, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
History tells us that delays, administrative hurdles, messiness and complexity are the norm rather than the exception when it comes to the rollout of vaccines.
With another 1,401 COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours and a total of 8,686 deaths in the past 7 days, some would argue that this situation only exists because of a lack of preparedness, poor government decision-making, and delayed action, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
What is currently the government’s strategy regarding Covid-19 vaccines? Two doses? One dose? What are the risks? Who knows what the government’s SAGE committee has advised?