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This could mean that over two million people in England could have long COVID.

The findings come from the Real-time Assessment of Community Transmission (REACT) study, led by Imperial College.

Better understanding of long COVID needed

Professor Paul Elliot from Imperial College London’s School of Public Health, said:

Our findings do paint a concerning picture of the longer-term health consequences of COVID-19, which need to be accounted for in policy and planning.

Long COVID is still poorly understood but we hope through our research that we can contribute to better identification and management of this condition, which our data and M’ suggest may ultimately affect millions of people in the UK alone.

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You posted "Do as I say not as I do"... implying some people (presumably the government or just Dems) were telling people to do one thing while doing something different themselves. Not much to spin there. But there is no prohibition on vaccinated people gathering in large groups, that I can find. In case you didn't realize, yes the guidance has changed over time. These are facts, not my political agenda. Please keep up with these developments which are based on science, before you make baseless statements.
That's exactly what is happening, do as I say, not as I do. I made no no such baseless comment, you just decided to challenge my comment when you should have just left it alone and follow the science.
 
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Beijing is not immune to a new confinement. The Chinese city is tightening coronavirus restrictions after reporting 41 cases on Sunday.

Beijing officials have closed gyms and cinemas and raised Covid-19 testing requirements in a bid to avert the situation in Shanghai, where tens of millions of people have been confined to their apartments.

The new wave of health checks in Beijing marked the latest sign that Chinese leaders remained committed to implementing President Xi Jinping’s zero Covid policy.
This is despite indications that the policy is causing widespread economic damage within and beyond China’s borders and sparking domestic opposition to the government’s handling of the pandemic.

Beijing authorities ordered three rounds of PCR tests across the city last week after a cluster of cases was discovered in the Chaoyang business district.
The daily number of cases in the capital has remained in double digits for the past seven days.
Too much is like not enough.
 
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QUÉBEC....DR.BOILEAU ce jour.....La situation s'améliore de beaucoup et est de plus en plus sous contrôle.....recommande à ceux qui ne l'ont pas encore d'aller chercher leur 3ème dose.....pour ce qui est de la 4ème...elle est recommandée pour les groupes cibles et pour les 80 ans et plus....non nécessaire pour les autres groupes.......a dit qu'il ne voyait pas la nécessité --pour le moment--de tenir d'autres conf. de presse puisque la situation ne l'exige plus.....alors en d'autres mots cela veut dire profitez bien de votre saison estivale.....et on se reparlera fort probablement cet automne....lolllll ;)
 

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After holding to the widely doubted line for more than two years that it had a perfect record of keeping out the coronavirus, North Korea has imposed a nationwide lockdown to control its first acknowledged COVID-19 outbreak.

The outbreak forced leader Kim Jong-un to wear a mask in public likely for the first time since the start of the pandemic, but the scale of transmissions inside North Korea wasn't immediately known.
 
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After holding to the widely doubted line for more than two years that it had a perfect record of keeping out the coronavirus, North Korea has imposed a nationwide lockdown to control its first acknowledged COVID-19 outbreak.

The outbreak forced leader Kim Jong-un to wear a mask in public likely for the first time since the start of the pandemic, but the scale of transmissions inside North Korea wasn't immediately known.
When a disease targets obese people, it must be scary being the only obese person in the whole country.
 

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When a disease targets obese people, it must be scary being the only obese person in the whole country.
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North Korea on Saturday reported 21 new deaths and 174,440 more people with fever symptoms as the country scrambles to slow the spread of COVID-19 across its unvaccinated population.

The new deaths and cases, which were from Friday, increased total numbers to 27 deaths and 524,440 illnesses amid a rapid spread of fever since late April.

North Korea said 243,630 people had recovered and 280,810 remained in quarantine. State media didn't specify how many of the fever cases and deaths were confirmed as COVID-19 infections.

The country imposed what it described as maximum preventive measures on Thursday after confirming its first COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic.

It had previously held for more than two years to a widely doubted claim of a perfect record keeping out the virus that has spread to nearly every place in the world.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un during a meeting on anti-virus strategies on Saturday described the outbreak as a historically "great upheaval" and called for unity between the government and people to stabilize the outbreak as quickly as possible.
 

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QUÉBEC....hey...est-il besoin de rappeler qu'aujourd'hui--le 14---c'est la fin du port du masque OBLIGATOIRE dans les lieux publics....beaucoup vont s'en réjouir....MAIS j'ai le sentiment que plusieurs vont quand même le conserver dans des endroits ou événements
ou il y a beaucoup d'affluence et proximité.....bon de rappeler que le virus sévit toujours et que malheureusement on peut en décéder...comme en témoigne les stats quotidiennes .
 

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Just having breakfeast in a resto on St-Hubert downtown and shopping after at Bureau en Gros....still saw some customers wearing mask BUT mostly employees....et on peut les comprendre....étant en contact continu avec une clientèle abondante et diverse.
 

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un criticized officials over slow medicine deliveries and mobilized the military to respond to a surge in suspected COVID-19 infections, as his nation struggled to contain what it's referring to as a "fever" that has reportedly killed dozens and sickened nearly a million others in a span of three days.

Last week, North Korea acknowledged a COVID-19 outbreak for the first time and imposed a nationwide lockdown. Since then, the death toll has reached 50 and more than 1.2 million are feared sick.

That's a jump from last Friday, when six deaths were reported and 350,000 said to be ill.
 

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un criticized officials over slow medicine deliveries and mobilized the military to respond to a surge in suspected COVID-19 infections, as his nation struggled to contain what it's referring to as a "fever" that has reportedly killed dozens and sickened nearly a million others in a span of three days.

Last week, North Korea acknowledged a COVID-19 outbreak for the first time and imposed a nationwide lockdown. Since then, the death toll has reached 50 and more than 1.2 million are feared sick.

That's a jump from last Friday, when six deaths were reported and 350,000 said to be ill.

Leader criticises healthcare officials and orders army to distribute medicine as more than one million are infected by 'fever'
 

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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - Before acknowledging its first domestic COVID-19 cases, North Korea spent 2 1/2 years rejecting outside offers of vaccines and steadfastly claiming that its superior socialist system was protecting its 26 million people from "a malicious virus" that had killed millions around the world.

Its surprise admission this week has left many outsiders wondering just how bad things really are, and there's rising worry that it could cause a major humanitarian crisis in a country with one of the world's worst public medical infrastructures.
 
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