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An interesting piece here from the Guardian’s media editor Jim Waterson, looking at whether the UK public has a right to know if any participants on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing have not been vaccinated, potentially putting others at risk.
Covid infection control measures in UK hospitals should be relaxed to help the NHS tackle a record backlog of patients waiting for treatment, the UK’s public health agency has advised.
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has recommended three “pragmatic” changes that hospitals can make on social distancing, testing and cleaning practices to ease pressure on elective care services.
Read the original article at The Guardian