GMB Panel Discuss The Omicron Variant & The Likelihood Of Another Lockdown | Good Morning Britain

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An exclusive GMB poll has found that 6 in 10 people are worried about another lockdown (61%). It also reveals that 3 in 10 people (27%) said they would ignore any Government limits imposed on household mixing this year, and mix with family and friends regardless.

Also, doctors and nurses have told of their anger and frustration at not being able to treat seriously ill patients as new figures show that more than 90 per cent of Covid sufferers requiring the most specialist care are unvaccinated. With the Omicron variant spreading and infection levels rising, is it time we followed European neighbours like Germany and impose major restrictions on the unvaccinated?

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