Lockdown Sceptics has published an original piece by our in-house technology correspondent about the roll out of vaccine passports around the world and the dire consequences for personal freedom.
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A record number of second doses of Covid vaccines were administered in the UK on Saturday, pushing the country closer to a total of 40 million first and second doses.
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One in 400,000 Chance of Two Vaccinated People Catching a Symptomatic Infection From Each Other Indoors
Why have vaccinated people been told not to meet indoors given that the risk of catching a symptomatic Covid infection is around one in 400,000 for two people who have been vaccinated?
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The Spectator has added a new table to its data hub showing the current level of Covid infection in different countries around the world relative to the peak. Britain has seen the sharpest decline in the developed world.
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An Oxford University study has confirmed the remarkable effectiveness of common asthma treatment Budesonide for treating COVID-19, reducing the risk of serious disease by 90% if taken at an early stage.
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Despite attempts by Italian health officials to soothe fears over the relationship between the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine and blood clots, up to four in five people in Sicily are reportedly refusing the AZ jab.
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Lack of Outdoor Space Will Prevent Large Number of Hospitality Venues Opening As Lockdown Partially Eased
A large proportion of hospitality businesses won't be able to open on Monday because they lack sufficient outdoor space. Even those venues that will reopen are not expected to achieve anything like normal revenues.
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