Sky News Breakfast: Back to school raises questions over COVID-19 numbers


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Sky News Breakfast: Back to school raises questions over COVID-19 numbers



On Sky News Breakfast:

– Children must return to ‘normal pre-pandemic experience’ in England’s schools, education secretary says.

– What is the future like for female judges who fear for their life in Afghanistan.

– Has the pandemic increased activity levels in the UK?

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  1. Just make masks mandatory in indoor public areas. Keep the bubbles going in the schools. Remove lockdown and travel restrictions. Vaccine doesn't stop spread of virus nor it will lower your chances of getting it. Vaccine will only lower chances of one getting critically sick. There is no reason for using vaccine as passport.

  2. A million people a week at football matches. CRICKET thousands, GOLF thousands, SCHOOL and it is a problem because it is their turn to get the JAB. HOW SICK can these people be. ARE they considered people?

  3. In Europe surges in Corona infections are seen where most of the population has already been vaccinated. At the same time, the 15 least vaccinated countries do not seem to face any problem.