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The legacy of UK prime minister’s Boris Johnson’s initial approach to the pandemic can be measured in lives needlessly lost and ruined, says Michael Rosen in a letter to the Guardian.
As it is, the consequence of that late first lockdown and the decanting of patients from hospitals into care homes has produced a terrible toll, while many others of us bear the debilitations of that first round of infections.
UK rapper AJ Tracey, who has had seven top 10 hits, has announced he is cancelling his “Flu Game” tour this year over “possible lockdowns and vaccine requirements”.
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