COVID-19: All close contacts of positive Omicron cases must self-isolate regardless of vaccination statusBoris Johnson has said that people who come into close contact with anyone who tests positive for coronavirus with the new Omicron variant will have to self-isolate, regardless of their jab status, as he delivered a press conference in Downing Street.
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johnson: UK's Johnson sets out more measures to fight new Covid variant
UK News: LONDON: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled on Saturday new measures to try to stop the spread of a new coronavirus variant called Omicron, .
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New measures to slow Omicron's spread in England before Christmas are unveiled by Boris Johnson.
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Boris Johnson has announced further measures to curb the spread of coronavirus after two cases of the new strain were detected in the UK
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was necessary to take 'targeted and precautionary measures' after two people in the U.K. tested positive for a recently discovered coronavirus variant.
UK's Johnson sets out more measures to fight new COVID variant
LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled on Saturday new measures to try to stop the spread of a new coronavirus variant called Omicron, saying all arrivals would have to take a test and it was time to step up booster jabs. "We will require anyone who enters the UK to take a PCR test by the end of the second day after their arrival and to self-isolate until they have a
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One of the two new cases was found in the southeastern English town of Brentwood, while the other is in the central city of Nottingham.
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The PM will speak from Downing Street alongside Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and Chief Scientific Officer Sir Patrick Vallance
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COMPULSORY mask-wearing in shops and on public transport has been reintroduced as the Prime Minister moved to plan B in his bid to tackle the covid pandemic after it was revealed that two cases of the new Omicron variant have been detected in the UK.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlines next steps after the first cases of the highly-contagious Omicron variant of Covid-19 were confirmed in the United Kingdom.