Tag Archives: lockdown

Don’t risk a fourth wave: No reopening which puts profit over health

By Conor Payne  From 4 May on, the government plans further measures to reopen the economy and lift Covid restrictions. These include the reopening of non-essential retail starting with Click and Collect on 10 May,  hairdressers and other personal services on 10 May and the complete reopening of construction on 4 May. Outdoor hospitality and gyms are potentially to open ...

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Criminal government actions fuel alarming third wave of Covid-19

Yesterday evening, a new daily record of 7,836 recorded Covid cases was announced as the alarming third wave continues. As well as cases, hospital admissions, including those in ICU, and deaths are rising quickly. Despite the enormous sacrifices made by working-class people over the last ten months, we are now in a worse situation than the previous height of the ...

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