Should We Crackdown Now To Stop a Covid Christmas Crisis? Omicron Concerns Sparks Debate | GMB

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Should we clamp down now to stop a Covid Christmas crisis?

Professor Stephen Reicher explains that Plan B is not enough.

He says social contact should be reduced now if possible in order to limit the spread of the infection

Broadcast on 13/12/21

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