Coronavirus

Total 39 Posts

Life after COVID: Most people don’t want a return to normal – they want a fairer, more sustainable future.

5 min read
We overestimate how much we think others want the world to return to its pre-pandemic ways, which makes us pessimistic about the potential to make things better.

The NHS and social care are beyond full stretch.

6 min read
Drawing on the latest performance, COVID data, and recent intelligence fed to him by trust leaders, Chris Hopson, CEO of NHS Providers, explains where the NHS is up to and why the government must be ready to introduce new restrictions at pace if they’re needed.

Far too early to say we don’t need to worry about omicron and hospitalisations.

5 min read
According to Chris Hopson, CEO of NHS Providers, if the current trajectory in COVID staff absences is maintained, pressure will grow significantly and even relatively small numbers of extra COVID cases will bring big difficulties to the NHS.

Omicron is likely to hit deprived areas the hardest.

5 min read
The fact omicron can overcome the wall of protection built up in deprived areas through high levels of prior infection means there is a risk inequalities are going to be repeated in the coming weeks and months.

Omicron. The worst part of the pandemic before it ends in 2022. – Bill Gates.

2 min read
According to American super billionaire Bill Gates, the Omicron variant may mean the worst part of the pandemic, but he thinks that by taking the right steps – vaccination, mask-wearing, social distancing, the pandemic could be over in 2022.

Omicron: What the next few weeks will look like.

4 min read
New omicron cases are doubling approximately every two days in some parts of the UK, including London.

On the Imperial College study on Omicron severity.

6 min read
All suggest that the observed reduction in severity is very likely due to the fact that a much larger proportion of omicron cases are people with prior infection.
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