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Does the US have to wear masks again for the Delta variant of Covid?

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In late July, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed its earlier mask-wearing guidance for people vaccinated against Covid-19 by recommending that even those who are fully vaccinated resume masking...

VS in 'n wedloop teen Delta-variant, aangesien Covid-sake in byna die helfte van die state toeneem

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Goeie more Die VSA is in 'n wedloop teen die Delta-variant te midde van toenemende Covid-gevalle in byna die helfte van die state en die vrees vir 'n ander oplewing. Meer as nege uit 10 Amerikaners wat in Junie aan die koronavirus gesterf het, was nie in staat nie..

Vertel ons: how have you been affected by the Delta variant of Covid?

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The rates of infection for Covid have been rising steeply in the UK due to the greater transmissibility of the Delta variant. In the week ending 26 Junie, about one in 260 people in the community were estimated to have...

Delta variant of Covid spreading rapidly and detected in 74 lande

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The Delta variant of Covid-19, first identified in India, has been detected in 74 countries and continues to spread rapidly amid fears that it is poised to become the dominant strain worldwide. With outbreaks of the m...

England test and trace delays blamed for spread of Indian variant of Covid

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Downing Street has confirmed there was what it called “a short delay” in tracking down the contacts of people who tested positive for coronavirus for several weeks, a failure being blamed for assisting the spread of t...

South African variant of Covid cannot be kept out of UK for ever, Neil Ferguson warns

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The UK will not be able to keep the South African variant at bay for ever, a senior scientific adviser has warned. Prof Neil Ferguson, from Imperial College London, said a small but growing percentage of cases in some...