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The four governments of the UK agreed a common approach between 23-27 December, which would allow up to three households to meet up indoors. Is this still a sensible approach given the increases we are beginning to see in infections, hospital admissions and sadly, deaths? Dr Joe Pajak asks.
As Covid-19 continues to spread aggressively within communities, the Health Secretary announced that secondary school children in London boroughs, and parts of Essex and Kent, will soon be tested. Many think, however, that the government may have misjudged the health risks associated to children.
Vaccines are on their way, but the pandemic is still a long way from being over. Other faiths have managed to give up their celebrations and pilgrimages. Surely we can put up with a low-key Christmas?
No, the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine was not approved by the UK faster than the European Union because of Brexit.
With another 648 deaths reported today the situation continues to be of much concern and a further stark reminder, if needed, that the coronavirus is still very much present and causing pain and hurt within so many families, Dr Joe Pajak writes.
Why the United States is better off as a nation without Dr Scott Atlas involved in public health policy, Dr Ashish K. Jha argues.