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The pandemic has taught us that we ignore the “Cinderella sense” at our peril.
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As long as a variant does not undo Britain's vaccine progress, we should still expect the country to unlock on time.
Africa’s reliance on the AstraZeneca jab means misinformation could have particularly damaging consequences.
The calculation of risk must be different during a pandemic.
Blood clot fears are unfounded – stopping vaccination on such shaky grounds does terrible damage to anti-Covid efforts.
Mass vaccination programmes are effective – but can risk siphoning resources away from routine care.
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