Boris Johnson must cancel his planned visit to India next week amid concerns over a growing number of cases of a new coronavirus variant that first emerged in the country.Public Health England (PHE) on Friday reported that 73 cases of the B.1.617 variant have been found in England, as well as four cases in Scotland.The government is facing calls to place India on the travel “red list”, which would mean arrivals have to isolate in a quarantine hotel, as Covid-19 infections surge, with more than 200,000 new cases detected in the country in each of the last four days.But the prime minister plans to visit the country for trade talks with his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, on Monday April 25.Johnson’s trip has already been shortened but Labour has now called on the PM to cancel the visit.Shadow communities secretary Steve Reed told Ridge on Sunday on Sky News: “There are new variants emerging all around the world, the government is telling people: don’t travel if you don’t have to absolutely travel.Reed said: “I can’t see why the prime minister can’t conduct his business with the Indian government by Zoom, so many of us do that these days.“I think the prime minister, all of us in public life, need to set an example, and I’d much rather the prime minister did it by Zoom rather than travelling to India.”Asked by Ridge whether Johnson should still be planning to attend the trade visit, he responded: “I think he shouldn’t be.”Environment secretary George Eustice said the visit was “appropriate” and should go ahead.“Public health does come first but that doesn’t mean that there should be no visits at all for business purposes,” he told Ridge.“But absolutely measures will be taken to ensure that the visit is Covid-secure.”It came as PHE’s Susan Hopkins said there was not yet enough data to classify the new Indian strain as a “variant of concern” but that investigations were ongoing.“We have seen a couple of cases (of the Indian variant) that haven’t arisen from travel but we’re still trying to undergo the investigations to look in great detail at where they might have acquired it from,” she told BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show.“To escalate it up the ranking we need to know that it is increased transmissibility, increased severity or vaccine evading, and we just don’t have that yet.”According to PHE, the variant “includes a number of mutations including E484Q, L452R, and P681R”.PHE said that mutations of the 484 spike protein have been associated with the Manaus and South African variants.The E484K mutation is reported to result in weaker neutralisation by antibodies in lab experiments, but the E484Q mutation is different and still subject to investigation.Viruses by their nature mutate often, with more than 18,000 mutations discovered over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, the overwhelming majority of which have no effect on the behaviour of the virus.Related...Fears Over India Covid Variant Found In UK - As Cases Of South Africa Strain RiseBoris Johnson Will Go To India Despite Soaring Covid Cases And New Variant FearsHere's Where We're At With Covid Booster Jabs For Autumn
India set a goal to fully vaccinating 300 million people by August but so far only 15.5 million people have been fully vaccinated.
Brazil and India are seeing devastating surges in coronavirus deaths amid vaccine shortages and the rise of more contagious variants.
The CDC still might not have enough data to evaluate a blood clot link by its Friday meeting, two senior health officials told Politico.
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Vaccine appointments are going unfilled in Mississippi, and it's likely because of a long history of suspicion about government intervention.
Some worry the country can't keep up the current pace of vaccination.
College students are signing up as "drivers" for food delivery apps such as DoorDash and UberEats in an attempt to get the COVID-19 vaccine early.
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indoors Preacher Gerald Darmanin requested cops to seem right into the claims.M6 aired concealed digital electronic camera footage that it claimed came from two distinctive private places in recent weeks, as a brand brand-new infection rise swept over France and limitations tightened.At one place, white-gloved waiters presented mounted-price food selections operating from a hundred and sixty to 490 euros (rounded $one hundred ninety to $575) per grownup whose options covered Sparkling wine, cakes with foie gras, as well as lobster in ginger sauce."At another location, supposedly providing a 220-euro ($260) dish, business in dependent garments shared cheek kisses and walked a crimson rug.French restaurants have actually been shut considering October to slow down the spread of the coronavirus, as well as the country simply got in an all new partial lockdown in line with intensive care tools again loading with COVID-19 people.there isn't any type of consider mosting likely to work," kept in mind Michele Feret, a registered nurse supplying home care to infection individuals in the city of Creil, north of Paris."allow them most likely to dining establishments," she informed The linked Press, nevertheless alerted that no individual, consisting of great authorities, "has particular coverage" from the virus.exec representative Gabriel Attal directed out priests "have an obligation to be completely irreproachable as well as excellent."speakme on LCI television Sunday evening, Attal kept in mind authorities had been checking out research studies of below ground celebrations and also consuming places for months, and 200 suspects have actually been acknowledged and also encounter "heavy punishment."When asked by the AP final month the amount of executive authorities had actually been fined for breaking virus constraints, major Minister Jean Castex rejected to provide a malfunction, in its area listing the variety of penalties issued to the average French public.for those that are captured, the endangerment cost brings a prospective correctional institution amount of time as well as penalties of 15,000 euros ($17,600), whereas individuals face fines of one hundred thirty five euros ($a hundred and sixty) for breaking time limit as well as a better a hundred thirty 5 euros for not putting on masks.The dining establishment discoveries got here as France's physical fitness preacher warned Monday that the variety of COVID-19 patients within the nation's intensive care contraptions may acquire the level of the key situation a year in the past.France has actually articulated even more infection infections than any type of European country, and also amongst the world's optimum casualty, at ninety 6,650.------ adhere to AP's pandemic coverage at: https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-pandemic https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-vaccine https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreakFrench authorities examine whether ministers dined at secret luxury eating places, violating restrictionshowever some have actually flouted the recommendations.
A study on more than 3,000 young, healthy US Marines has found that a previous COVID-19 infection doesn’t entirely protect young adults from reinfection from the virus. The research comes from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, which notes that young people should still be sure to get the COVID-19 vaccine even if they’ve previously caught and recovered from SARS-CoV-2. … Continue reading
AstraZeneca was interested in joining forces to investigate the safety issue and communicate vaccine benefits and risks, but Pfizer and Moderna didn’t see the need for group action
The drugmaker says there's not enough evidence to establish a causal link between its vaccine and six cases of blood clots, which US officials say "appear to be extremely rare."
You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.When the Tories romped home with an 80-seat majority in 2019, Boris Johnson said he was “humbled” to have won over so many ex-Labour voters. “Your hand may have quivered over the ballot paper,” the PM acknowledged in his victory speech, adding he realised they “may intend to return to Labour next time round”. Fast-forward 16 months and, amid the shockwaves of the Covid pandemic, Johnson is gearing up for the first test of whether his new ‘blue wall’ base remains faithful. Most notably in Hartlepool, where Labour clung on with a 3,595 majority, having benefited from the Brexit Party taking a chunk of the Tory vote. “The vaccine bounce is very, very real,” one Labour source said. “People are exuberant about getting their hair cut and seeing friends and family again.” Keir Starmer hopes voters will contrast his candidate, Paul Williams, a doctor who works shifts at the local hospital’s Covid clinic, favourably against the Tories’ Jill Mortimer, a Yorkshire farmer with fewer direct links to the industrial town. But privately, activists worry less about the impact of Johnson’s successful jabs rollout than they are another phenomenon on Teesside: “the Ben Houchen bounce”. The incumbent Tees Valley Tory mayor’s election in 2017 came as a bolt out of the blue and he looks set not only to win in May but increase his vote share. Locals credit Houchen with a string of government investments in the austerity-hit region, including Rishi Sunak’s decision to send Treasury jobs to now Tory-held Darlington, establish a Tees free port post-Brexit, a 9,000-job offshore wind development at the former SSI steelworks in the now Tory-held Redcar, and much else besides. Underlining that little investment has yet reached Hartlepool only serves to boost Johnson’s case to vote Conservative, activists fear. Or, as one put it: “The danger with pork barrel politics is that it could actually work.” This is why the Tory cronyism row – which shot to the top of the news agenda when it emerged David Cameron lobbied ministers on behalf of Greensill Capital – holds huge political risk for Johnson.It hangs a question mark over whether his government can deliver on pledges to level up the country, and perhaps especially in the minds lifelong Labour voters who wobbled before taking a chance on him. Labour members are reporting that the issue has cut-through with voters on the doorstep.“It isn’t just about what is being promised, but who the Tories will deliver for. People think they are treating public finances for their mates,” said one. The latest revelation, and this week there have been many, is that health secretary Matt Hancock holds shares in his sister’s company, Topwood Limited, which in March won NHS contracts. The Conservatives are riding high in the polls lockdown, no doubt buoyed by Johnson’s roadmap out of lockdown remaining steadfastly on course. But the PM can ill afford more bad headlines alleging murky deals and “jobs for the boys”. Polls of Hartlepool voters vary widely, but the Tories are currently the bookies favourite.The final result will have a huge influence on politics in the months ahead, not least because whoever emerges victorious will have a striking story to tell. Will Starmer be able to say he is rebuilding the demolished ‘red wall’, with a doctor-turned-MP joining the green benches? Or will Johnson, who this time last year was fighting for life with Covid, defy the odds and cement his success with another brick in the ‘blue wall’? Nationally, a YouGov poll on Friday put the Conservatives some 14 points ahead of Labour, but with three weeks to go, it is all still to play for in Hartlepool. Related...Why The West's 'First World Problems' Over AstraZeneca Are A Deadly Risk For The Planet's PoorestWill The Cameron Lobbying Row Damage Rishi Sunak?A Year Of Keir: Can Starmer Inject More Passionate Politics Into His Leadership?
Bharat Biotech would get ₹65 crore to repurpose its new Bangalore facility to increase the capacity of Covaxin production.Maharashtra state-owned Haffkine will also be provided around ₹65 crore for setting up a facility to make the inactivated vaccine
People vaccinated against COVID-19 can still catch coronavirus and some immunizations carry an increased risk of blood clots, new research confirms, but officials maintain that the benefits still significantly outweigh the risks. The ongoing studies – running in parallel to COVID-19 vaccinations, as healthcare providers attempt to slow the global pandemic – underscore the need for comparative nuance when it … Continue reading
An "ongoing surge in consumer spending" will butt heads with inflation fears amid the recovery, University of Michigan economist Richard Curtin said.
Merkel got the shot in Berlin on Friday, following several German concerns over AstraZeneca's rollout, efficacy and reports of blood clots.
At prime time on Sunday night, April 18, NBC will air an hour-long special designed to reduce hesitancy around the Covid-19 vaccine. The special, Roll Up Your Sleeves: Presented by Walgreens, which is created and produced by ATTN:, has brought in big names to get out the critical message, including Barack and Michelle Obama, Shaquille...
Cuomo and his former bro-in-law RFK Jr. pushed to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant. New York now has to burn more fossil fuels for energy.