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    • Omicron has not increased hospitalisation of elderly, UK COVID advisers say CoronavirusJan 20, 2022        © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A woman wearing a face mask walks past a closed shop, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Preston, Britain, January 11, 2022. REUTERS/Phil Noble LONDON (Reuters) - A wave of Omicron coronavirus cases has not led to an increase in the hospitalisation of the elderly that was expected despite there being more cases in that age group, Britain's science advisers said in advice published on Thursday.   "The increase in hospitalisations, which is anticipated following the observed increase in cases in older age groups, has not been seen so far," minutes from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) meeting on Jan. 13 said. "This may be due to higher vaccine levels of protection against hospitalisation, slower waning of vaccine protection, or the impact of precautionary behaviours amongst the most vulnerable and those around them."
    • Also on the blog: UK’s Boris Johnson could face a vote of no confidence. Here’s what’s needed for that to happen. What is your view on how this will impact the GBP ?   All the best - MongiIG
    • Hi @skyreach Thanks for sharing! All the best - MongiIG
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