Biochemical systems at Oxford University laboratory researching Covid are hacked

Hackers break into biochemical systems at Oxford University laboratory that is researching Covid Oxford confirmed breach of  its Division of Structural Biology, known as Strubi  Clinical studies have not been compromised and the hack has been contained GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre has been alerted and will assist in probe By Jack Elsom For Mailonline … Read more

Covid UK: Revaccination may become regular thing, admits government

Covid vaccines could become a regular part of winter – just like they are for flu, ministers have claimed. Revaccination against the illness is ‘likely to become a regular part’ of managing the disease, the Government has said. Hidden in Boris Johnson’s lockdown-easing roadmap today, it was also revealed that ministers are planning another Covid … Read more

WHO slams rich countries for hoarding Covid-19 vaccines

The World Health Organisation has blasted wealthy countries for hogging Covid vaccines days after the World Trade Organisation chief called on the UK to send jabs abroad. WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said some rich countries’ direct deals with manufacturers has caused a reduction in doses for poorer countries. The chief said the money was … Read more

Covid UK: Revaccination may become regular thing, admits government

Covid vaccines could become a regular part of winter – just like they are for flu, ministers have claimed. Revaccination against the illness is ‘likely to become a regular part’ of managing the disease, the Government has said. Hidden in Boris Johnson’s lockdown-easing roadmap today, it was also revealed that ministers are planning another Covid … Read more

Covid-19: Scientists find new ‘super variant’ in Finland

Finnish scientists claim to have found another coronavirus variant which shares some of the same mutations as other troublesome strains. Only one case of the virus — temporarily named Fin-796H — has been spotted so far but experts have admitted they are unsure how widespread it is.  Finland said was unlikely the variant emerged there, … Read more

Social distancing and mask rules will have to last until at least AUTUMN

Social distancing and face mask rules will have to last until at least the autumn under plans being discussed by Downing Street to ease Britain out of coronavirus lockdown. No10’s top scientific advisers yesterday warned there must be no more than 10,000 Britons infected on any given day — the equivalent of fewer than 1,000 … Read more

Social distancing and mask rules will have to last until at least AUTUMN

Social distancing and face mask rules will have to last until at least the autumn under plans being discussed by Downing Street to ease Britain out of coronavirus lockdown. No10’s top scientific advisers yesterday warned there must be no more than 10,000 Britons infected on any given day — the equivalent of fewer than 1,000 … Read more

‘Covid O’ UK Cabinet committee to consider ‘vaccine passport’ plans

Powerful ‘Covid O’ Cabinet committee is set to consider plans for ‘vaccine passports’ tomorrow amid hopes they could save summer holidays Covid O committee having initial discussions about ‘vaccine passports’ for travel Boris Johnson has said having two Covid jabs could allow you to go on holiday Iata revealed ‘fruitful’ Government talks about vaccination app for … Read more

Covid UK: Grant Shapps says vaccine passports COULD happen

Grant Shapps revealed today he has had talks with foreign politicians about an  ‘internationally recognised system’ of allowing travellers to prove they have had a Covid jab. The Transport Secretary made the admission despite Downing Street insisting for weeks that it has no plans to introduce ‘vaccine passports’ that would prove the holder’s coronanvirus immunity.  … Read more

EU vaccine rollout: Ursula von der Leyen apologises for late action

Ursula von der Leyen today issued a grovelling apology for the EU’s vaccine shambles, admitting the bloc acted ‘late’ and was ‘over-confident’ Ursula von der Leyen today issued a grovelling apology for the EU’s vaccine shambles, admitting the bloc acted ‘late’ and was ‘over-confident’.  The European commission president also conceded its rollout was still not … Read more