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The week in Covid-19.

7 min read
Dr Joe Pajak looks back at last week’s coronavirus situation in the UK, the million cases reported in 20 days, the loose third lockdown, the ICU staff suffering from PTSD after nearly a year working under pressure, the South American travel ban, and more...

Government needs a definitive Covid-19 management strategy.

4 min read
As the country enters its third lockdown, let’s draw some points from yesterday’s UK Covid-19 Data, Covid-transmission from abroad, the overstretched NHS, questions about the use, and meaning of the term ‘herd immunity’, and the strategy the government needs to adopt now.

School reopening — No, Government doesn’t really care about children’s education.

23 min read
No, Boris Johnson and his government don’t care about children’s education. Tories care about the Economy, Money, and their good friends’ businesses and shares. They worry not about the little ones learning Maths and English but about their parents showing up at work every morning.

While another 23 areas of England enter Tier 4, most schools will remain open as planned. Why?

4 min read
There is growing evidence that young people are either being infected by the coronavirus or transmitting it, or both. Why then place another 23 areas of England in Tier 4, and yet keep most schools open as planned?

UK Covid-19 data trends, 13 December 2020.

6 min read
Many experts believe that the government’s plan to relax Covid-19 rules at Christmas is likely to trigger a third wave, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

UK Covid-19 data trends, 11 December 2020.

4 min read
Review of national restrictions presents some challenges for the UK government, which urgently needs to assess their impact, and plot and confirm the safest course possible for each nation for the next three months, Dr Joe Pajak writes.

Coronavirus: Four traps governments fall into when making decisions about lockdown.

5 min read
Lockdowns have been a key tool in the war chest of many governments trying to tackle the COVID-19 crisis. Some, however, have questioned the wisdom of lockdowns, arguing that their benefits do not outweigh the wider costs to society.
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