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As Omicron spreads, some experts are calling for a switch to saliva-based tests, which may detect infections days earlier than nasal swabs do.
A number of governments have changed their approaches to the coronavirus, to one that is more like how we treat the flu. Public health experts say it’s too soon to make that call.
A raft of repressive legislation shows the prime minister’s true colors.
“We can find a way to live with this virus,” the prime minister said
With cases surging and straining health care and other services, Britain’s challenges foreshadow the impact of the Omicron variant in other countries.
For Christmas shoppers in central London this week, little seemed to dampen their spirits. But there was an undercurrent that the city was bracing for further coronavirus restrictions.
Hospitals, clinics and ambulance services say infections are winnowing their staffs, straining a system already taxed by nearly two years of dealing with the pandemic.
The move comes as businesses have voluntarily closed their doors, either as a precaution against the Omicron variant or because too many staff members are sick to operate.
Britain’s health secretary said on Sunday he wouldn’t rule out more restrictions before Christmas, but the prime minister would most likely face sharp pushback from his own party.