Israel now has 54% of the population fully vaccinated; British Prime Minister George Eustice says it is not yet clear if plans to reopen on May 17 can be met
- The global death toll has passed 3 million as the pandemic “grows at an alarming rate”
- Australia plans to gradually reopen its international borders by the end of 2021
- 4,000 will attend the FA Cup semi-finals as the live sport cautiously opens
- A vague mathematical theorem that governs the reliability of Covid testing
- The head of the Olympics is visiting Japan to approve security due to the onslaught of Covid’s cases
Should Boris Johnson cancel a trip to India due to concerns about a new variant of the coronavirus in the country?
Yes, Labor said this morning.
Nicola Sturgeon also said that she realized that the Indian strain of coronavirus is no longer transmissible and that there is no greater chance of avoiding vaccines.
“Right now it’s a variant of interest as opposed to a worrying variant, but I think what we need to recognize in Covid is that it mutates and we see new variants emerging in different parts of the world,” Sophy Ridge told Sky News on Sunday. .
First Minister of Scotland @NicolaSturgeon criticizes the government # COVID19 traffic light system for international travel because “we don’t know where the next dangerous variant will come from”.#Ridge: https://t.co/jC2xzcMCbv pic.twitter.com/ZJ2tjsupJK